Sri Lankan Buddhists got the work done which the Hindus of India in the present day didn’t. In the democratic country the government does what the people want.
On the demand of Sri Lankan Buddhist organizations, the Sri Lankan government has banned cow slaughter in the whole country, this ban has not been imposed on the demand of Sri Lanka Hindus but of Sri Lankan Buddhists.
Sri Lankan Buddhist organizations had demanded the Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksha that Muslims commit cow slaughter in Sri Lanka and as their population is increasing, cow slaughter is also increasing.
Buddhist organizations told the government that in Buddhism, cow is sacred and it is part of our culture and people of Hindu religion also give cow the status of mother, in such a situation, there should be a ban on cow slaughter on Sri Lankan soil.
The government accepted the demand of Buddhist organizations and the cabinet completely banned cow slaughter.
Let us know that Sri Lanka has also been a part of India, and cow has an important part in India, Sri Lanka and Buddhist culture.
In Sri Lanka, Buddhists constitute close to 70% of the population and they ban cow slaughter, while Hindus in India have more than 70% population, but most Hindus do not want cow slaughter ti be banned, most Hindus have nothing to do with ban on cow slaughter. If thet cared a bit about this, cow slaughter would have been banned in India as well.