Muslim man dies after attack by cow vigilantes in India

Muslim man dies after attack by cow vigilantes in India

Muslim man dies after attack by cow vigilantes in India

Khan and at least four others were injured when a mob attacked almost 15 persons hailing from Haryana, while transporting cows in vehicles on the Behror highway in Alwar district on Saturday, the police said. In a video which has gone viral, a group of people can be seen attacking a vehicle, and brutally beat up the men and vandalise their vehicle.

Alwar police chief Rahul Prakash said at least six others were injured in the attack, but had now been discharged from the hospital.

She claimed that Khan and others had documents of the purchase of animals from Jaipur which they produced before the police. A Muslim man accused of transporting cows for slaughter has died after he was beaten by a mob in western India, police said Wednesday, April 5, 2017, in the latest incidence of violence by Hindu vigilante groups enraged over the treatment of animals they consider sacred.

A case was registered against the assailants but no arrest has been made so far, he said. "Now, after Khan's death, we have added Section 302 (murder) as well", said Sinsinwar. "Members of VHP, Bajrang Dal and Hindu Jagran Manch thrashed them near Behror in front of the police", she alleged, while demanding action against the police officials.

Hard-line Hindu groups, including those linked with the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), have called for a nationwide ban on the slaughter of cows and have been blamed for such attacks.

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Cow protection has been a trigger for sectarian violence throughout modern Indian history and its resurgence since 2015 has been linked to an increasingly assertive Hindu nationalist movement. Azmat's brother Yusuf told India Today, "Everyone at the hospital was looking down at us..." We don't want anyone to take law onto their own hands. 'We condemn such incidents.

"The police had stopped few vehicles that were carrying cows".

Under the stiffened penalties, anyone caught transporting cows for slaughter could also face up to 10 years in jail.

"Police got information some people are smuggling cows from Jaipur and headed to Delhi", a senior policeman told NDTV. Some of them fled. "People know cow-trafficking is illegal but they do it. Gau Bhakts (cow protectors) try to stop those who indulge in such crimes", Gulab said.

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