Pune : Police striving hard to hand over cows and cattle to the butchers

Such a suffering caused to the cow-lineage animals is not expected in BJP rule !

Pune (Maharashtra) : After the implementation of the Act banning cow-slaughter in Maharashtra, cow-protectors saved 65 cow-lineage animals on 6th March by seizing 10 trucks transporting these animals, near Wakad Bridge in Chinchwad. These animals were kept in ‘Jagdguru Tukaram Maharaj Go-shala’ (An enclosure, where such animals are kept or a pen). However, the Police made efforts to hand over these animals back to the butchers by finding out certain technical lacunae. However, the efforts were defeated by the unity of the devotees of cow. (Anti-Hindu Police making efforts to hand over cow-lineage animals to the butchers ! – Editor, ‘Dainik Sanatan Prabhat’)

Although all cow-lineage animals found in 10 trucks were admitted in Go-shala on 6th March, the Police registered offences only against 3 tempo drivers and released other vehicles. (If the cow-protectors thought that such Police deserved to be killed by the terrorists, would it be wrong ? – Editor, ‘Dainik Sanatan Prabhat’) In fact, there were several infringements of rules stipulated while transporting the animals; however, the Police only checked the permits issued by the Road Transport Office for carrying animals and released them. (How the Police, who break the law themselves are expected to protect the law ? If the doubts were created in the mind of Hindus that money changed the hands in this entire issue, would it be wrong ? – Editor, ‘Dainik Sanatan Prabhat’)

1. On 10th March, a group of 50 policemen from Hinjawadi, Talegaon, Dehu Road police stations arrived at Go-shala in order to hand over cow-lineage animals back to the butchers. The Police were accompanied by 7 trucks, which were released by the Police earlier. They also carried a letter addressed to Shri. Hanumant Garade, the owner of Go-shala, directing him to hand over the animals to their owners. When the news spread around, cow-protectors gathered on the spot in a large number. However, the Sub-Inspector of the Hijawadi police station Khule spoke arrogantly with the cow-protectors by siding with the butchers.

2. By this time, the Police had already loaded animals in 3 trucks. However, the cow-lovers displayed unique show of solidarity and released the animals from the custody of Police, who ultimately had to track back due to strong opposition from cow-protectors. (O Hindus ! Realise that only such unity can effectively counter the assault on Hindu Dharma; hence, unite ! – Editor, ‘Dainik Sanatan Prabhat’)

3. On the same night, Shri. Milind Ekbote of ‘Akhil Bharatiya Krushi Goseva Sangh’ along with Santosh Bhegde-Patil, Sandesh Bhegde, Amit Bhegde, Ajit Shelar and Rghuvir Shelar met Minister of State for Home Ram Shinde, with the cooperation from MLAs Shri. Lakshman Jagtap, and Shri. Sanjay alias Bala Bhegde and briefed him about the malpractices of the police. Shri. Shinde assured them to look into matter. The cow-protectors had also lodged a complaint to take action against all tempo drivers with the senior officers of Hinjawadi police station and Police Commissioner Satish Mathur in this regard. However, no cognisance appears to have been taken so far.

4. Following organisations have made united efforts to save the cow-lineage animals from falling into hands of the Police and effectively, the butchers. Bajarang Dal, Shiv Sena, Dharmavir Pratishthan of Dehu, Hindu Chhava, Akhil Bharatiya Krushi Goseva Sangh, Divya Jyoti Jagruti Sanstha of Chakan, Dharma Jagaran Sanghatana of Moshi, Samasta Hindu Aghadi, Vishva Hindu Parishad, Hindu Janajagruti Samiti, etc. (Congratulations to all organisations making efforts with yearning to protect cows ! – Editor, ‘Dainik Sanatan Prabhat’)

Source : Dainik Sanatan Prabhat