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DK Police set up dedicated cell to monitor cow vigilante cases

DK Police set up dedicated cell to monitor cow vigilante cases

Mangalore Today News Network

Mangaluru, Aug 20, 2016: Reports state that DK, Dakshina Kannada district, where many cow vigilante attacks followed by communal tension over the last decade, has now set up a monitoring cell headed by a Deputy Superintendent of Police to ensure speedy trial.   DK SP Bhushan Gulabrao Borase told  media  that this cell would follow every case, ensure that court summons are served to witnesses and they appear on the date of trial.

sp bhushanThe officer would be in touch with the prosecutor and work with him in presenting the cases before the court in an effective manner. The cell has just started compiling cases and the coordination process is in progress.

“If the trial was speedier up, the outcome of the judgment would deter others, ” SP Borase said. “We aim to fast track trial concerning communal incidents, and make sure the accused are justly convicted in courts.”

Inspector General of Police (Western Range) J. Arun Chakravarthy said stern action is being taken, including invoking Goonda Act, against those indulging in cow vigilante attacks.

On the directions of Director General and Inspector General of Police Om Prakash, IGP Chakravarthy said the police in Dakshina Kannada, Udupi, Chikkamagaluru, and Uttara Kannada have been keeping a watch on groups involved in cattle vigilantism. He said that check-posts have been set up for monitoring illegal transport of cattle and illegal movement of sand.

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Comments on this Article
Gopalkrishna, Mangalore Fri, August-19-2016, 11:21
Cattle’s are more valuable than Human Beings. That doesn’t mean we have to encourage cattle trade ,but never destroy the peace and harmony of the place due to these things. Who are the suffered the family
Wlfred Dsouza, Kasargod Fri, August-19-2016, 11:17
They have got for what they have done? Usually they blame the people of other community for involving in this trade but now what is this ? Is it mistake? This happens because the police are taking this matter lightly so the BD’s and VHP’s taking action on them
Dinesh Gowda, Mysore Fri, August-19-2016, 11:14
If they are so much concerned of the cows rescue the cattles and hand over the crooks to the police , why do u unnecessarily become criminals .
Arpitha Shetty, Udupi Fri, August-19-2016, 11:11
The people have started killing in the name of cattle smuggling. Are they doing it to become hero’s. The police have to monitor the actual reason behind these cases
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