Brutal Attack On Muslim Man By Cow Protection Vigilantes Caught In Video

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In Rajasthan, Alwar district, a Muslim man cruelly beaten up by gau rakshaks and has died from his injuries. Pehlu Khan, 55 years old, died late on Monday night in a hospital where he was admitted for healing. Pehlu Khan and others were injured when a gang attacked just about 15 people hailing from Haryana while transporting cows in vehicles on the Behror Highway in Alwar district on Saturday as per the police alleged.

The cluster was returning from a fair in Jaipur where they had apparently purchased a few cows, as per the reports of The Indian Express. Azmat informed the Indian Express that’ I had all the legal documents with me. We were not even trying to secrete cows as we were taking them in a pickup truck’.

As per the Azmat’s proof, the gau rakshak stopped their vehicles on Saturday evening and permitted the driver to go away. Khan’s uncle alleged that the vigilantes hit him up and then advised him to run saying that;’ Tu Buddha admi hai, bhagg’ that means you are an old man, run away. But they allegedly followed him and beat him up again.

Other four who were injured are Irshad, Aarif, Rafiq and azmat arrived at Nuh on Tuesday alleging that they were not given appropriate treatment at the Kailash Hospital in Behror. They allege that Khan died for the reason that he did not be given proper care an allegation that the hospital has deprived of. SHO, Behror police station Ramesh Chand Sinsinwar alleged that a FIR has been lodged adjacent to the gau rakshaks under IPC Section 143 i.e. unlawful assembly, 323 i.e. voluntarily causing hurt, 341 i.e. wrongful restraint, 147 i.e. destruction of property, 308 i.e. culpable homicide and 379 i.e. theft. Subsequent to Khan’s death the police have further added Section 302 also i.e. murder.

In Rajasthan, the slaughter of bovine animals is liable to be punished with imprisonment for a least of one year and a maximum of ten years. To groups sell or transport any beef or beef products in the state is liable to be punished with a minimum of six months in prison and a maximum of five years. No one has been detained for the attack on Saturday which took place in close proximity to the highway in the Jaguvas Bahror region near Alwar. Ramesh Sinsinwar who is the station house officer of Bahrir informed the HT that ‘we have registered a case of murder adjacent to six persons and 200 unknown people’.

Despite the fact that professed videos of the incident are flowing on social media and no seizing have been made so far. The transporters too have allegedly been booked beneath the Rajasthan Bovine Animals Act 1995, i.e.’ Prohibition of Slaughter and regulation of Temporary Migration or Export’.

Rajasthan too has seen such attacks previously. Preceding year in September, hundreds of right-wing activists damaged at least 40 Muslim homes in Raghunathgarh village of Alwar where residents were supposed of slaughtering cows.

The vandalism came subsequent to police raided the region and asserted to have recovered three dozen cow carcasses and rescued six cows. The police had also arrested twelve persons. This attack on Saturday comes in the midst of an onslaught in numerous Bhartiya Janata Party ruled states over illegal cow slaughter. Taking prompt from the Yogi Adityanath governmet in Uttar Pradesh, Chattisgarh, Uttrakhand and Madhya Pradesh have also started drives to shut down unlawful slaughterhouses.

The Gujarat government lately made cow slaughter punishable with life imprisonment. Raman Singh, Chattisgarh chief minister in recent times alleged that those found guilty of slaughtering cows would be hanged. Opponent parties over and over again condemn the BJP government at the Centre and states of not doing anything to reign in self styled vigilante clusters targeting populace they deduce of cow slaughter or smuggling.

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