On the occasion of Eid al-Adha, livestock trading exceeds 4 billion rupees according to an estimate. Approximately 23 billion rupees are earned as livestock farming revenue.
More than 13 billion rupees are earned by fodder businesses. The largest business in the world takes place on Eid.
As a result, the poor receive employment opportunities and farmers sell their fodder.
Rural residents receive good prices for their livestock. Millions of rupees are earned by transporting animals in vehicles. Subsequently, the poor receive free or subsidized meat for their meals.
Hundreds of billions of rupees are generated through the sale of hides. Workers in leather factories find additional employment opportunities. The money earned is then spent on essential needs, and it unknowingly contributes to billions of rupees worth of business once again.
This sacrifice not only provides meat to the poor but also ensures their employment and livelihood for the entire year ahead.
Even if a country imposes taxes worth billions of rupees on the wealthy and redistributes the money among the poor, it still wouldn't benefit the poor and the country as much as it would when a Muslim country follows the command of Allah and acts as one.
In the language of economics, the cycle of wealth circulation begins in such a way that trying to account for it leaves one's mind bewildered۔