New Delhi, Oct 28: A day after a huge controversy erupted over beef being served at Kerala House here, Kerala chief minister Oommen Chandy on Wednesday confirmed that 'beef fry was back on the menu.'
According to a report in NDTV, Chandy said that the action taken by Delhi Police was 'unacceptable ' and that they should have taken permission first.
"We abide by the law. Will serve buffalo meet again from today at Kerala house," he said.
Chandy even wrote a letter to prime minister Narendra Modi demanding action against Delhi Police.
It all began when the Delhi Police received a call saying that the Kerala House in Delhi was serving beef on its menu. The call was made by a Hindu Sena leader who lodged the compliant.
Immediately after the call, about 20 police officials rushed to Kerala House to verify whether the state guest house was serving beef or not.
However, to avoid any untoward incident beef was taken off the menu for a short while, before it was introduced again on Wednesday.