mangalore today
Thursday, July 16


Sangh Parivar activists accused of assaulting cattle transporter

Sangh Parivar activists accused of assaulting cattle transporter

Mangalore Today News Network

Mangaluru, June 14, 2020: Sangh Parivar activists have been accused of  assaulting a cattle transporter  after tying him  to the  vehicle   on  Sunday morning. The  cattle transporter who was assaulted is Abdul Rahman (34) of Jokatte. The incident occurred when he was transporting four buffaloes from his house at Jokatte to the Kudroli slaughter house during the wee hours of Sunday.

It is learnt the  activists stopped the vehicle near the Infosys building  at Kottara  and  after  making him alight the vehicle, tied him up and brutally thrashed him.

The police who rushed to the spot have seized the buffaloes and took Rahman to hospital where  he was treated and also subject to Covid-19 test.

A complaint and counter complaint have been lodged in Urwa police station.

Sourcs said, Rahman had purchased 10 cattle including the four buffaloes from the  market at Ranebennur in Haveri district recently. Of these he had sold  six  and had retained four with him. The incident occurred when he was transporting these four buffaloes on Sunday.

The Urwa Police said that Mohammed Jokatte did not have any documents for transporting the cattle from Jokatte to an abattoir in Kudroli. He was booked under the provisions of the Karnataka Prevention of Slaughter and Preservation of Cattle Act. The police also registered Mohammed Jokatte’s complaint against the BD activists, who are yet to be identified, under Sections 323 (hurt) and 506 (criminal intimidation) of the Indian Penal Code.

Write Comment | E-Mail | Facebook | Twitter | Print
Write your Comments on this Article
Your Name
Native Place / Place of Residence
Your E-mail
Your Comment
You have characters left.
Security Validation
Enter the characters in the image above