Muslims Defying Cow Slaughter Ban In Maharashtra
Serious doubts were raised by devout Hindus on the Mlecchas (muslims) to facilitate and support on proper implementation of Cow Slaughter Ban. They were right as soon several incidences of voilating Cow Ban act were reported, one of the incidents happened in Ratlam, where muslim cattle smugglers in tandem with their Maharashtra counterparts wanted to smuggle cattle to illegally push cow slaughter business.
Ratlam police on Thursday foiled an attempt to illegally transport 49 cattle for slaughter to Malegaon district in Maharashtra.
On a tip-off, a team led by Jaora city SP, Dipak Shukla intercepted a truck-container numbered UP78 CM 3467 on Neemuch-Mhow highway at around 7.30am. The team during search found 49 cattle stuffed inside the container. The estimated cost of the cattle is Rs 25 lakh.
“These cattle were being smuggled in a container used for transportation of goods. We received information on Wednesday late night that a container carrying cattle will be passing via Jaora. We intercepted the container during patrolling and have arrested four accused,” said CSP Shukla.
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The truck-container had originated from Tonk district of Rajasthan and had to reach Malegaon slaughter house. Rescued cattle were sent to Jeev Daya Society of Jaora for rehabilitation, he added.
Arrested accused were all muslims identified as Raju alias Hussain Khan (30), Altaf Khan (21), Ishaq Musalman (22) from Tonk district of Rajasthan and Muna alias Rajkumar (35) from Jaunpur, Uttar Pradesh. All have been booked under relevant sections of Madhya Pradesh cow slaughter prohibition Act and Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act.