Source: BBC News
Building work is to start on a cow and working oxen protection centre at a Hertfordshire Hindu temple.
The unit at the Bhaktivedanta Manor temple near Watford will be dedicated to Gangotri, a 13-year-old cow put down by lethal injection by RSPCA officers.
This act sparked outrage and a campaign to change the UK law on animal cruelty.
A temple spokesman said Hindus regard cows as sacred and should be exempted from cruelty laws, but the RSPCA challenges the campaign for change.
The RSPCA said the cow had been sick and was suffering.
The spokesman for the Hare Krishna temple said that some suffering was part of life and it was a outrage to kill the animal on ground the Hindus regarded as sacred.