Apparently, in India there are tens of thousands of housing co-operatives that were built to help eliminate housing discrimination based on caste or religion. However, it seems that some are discriminating based on diet, as mentioned in “Where’s the meat in the Veg-Only argument?.” Some opponents are arguing that this type of discrimination goes against the very integration that the housing co-ops stand for. “Compulsory vegetarianism goes against integration” makes for some good arguments against the idea of this form of housing discrimination.
I’d have to say I agree with the two quoted articles on the issue, though, admittedly, I don’t have too much in the way of background information on the subject. It just seems to me that the way to spread the word about anything, whether it’s vegetarianism, a religious belief, or a political stance, exclusion isn’t going to help your cause. Nevertheless, this will be a news story worth following (which you can do through this Google news link).