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Cow vigilantes beat two in Indore for allegedly transporting beef


Another case of cow vigilantism emerged from Madhya Pradesh on Sunday, even as the state prepares to bring a bill to curb violence by gau rakshaks. Right-wing activists along with some bystanders halted a vehicle near Kesarbaug bridge in Indore on Sunday morning and beat two persons for allegedly transporting beef, the Indian Express reported.

Imran and Nadim, who are both in their 20s, were arrested for violating provisions of the state’s prohibition of cow slaughter act, Inspector of Rajendranagar Police Station Sunil Sharma was quoted by The Indian Express. Inspector Sharma added that the two were unhurt and ...


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