New Delhi: A person was allegedly crushed to dying and his two associates had been assaulted by some self-styled cow protectors for transporting cattle “illegally” at Sathanur space in Karnataka’s Ramanagara on Saturday, information company PTI reported.
In keeping with the report, the incident passed off when the deceased, recognized as Idrees Pasha and his two associates Irfan and Syed Zaheer had been transporting cattle.
The accused, recognized as Puneeth Kerehalli, and his staff, stopped the trio and accused them of transporting the cattle illegally for slaughter. They even confirmed the papers, the receipt of the acquisition, and tried to cause out however the accused demanded Rs 2 lakh. After they refused to pay the quantity, the staff allegedly assaulted them.
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Pasha, who tried to withstand them, was reportedly chased and crushed up. His physique was later discovered alongside a street on the Sathnur Village in Ramanagara district of Karnataka.
Puneet Kerehalli, chief of a so-called ‘cow safety drive’, is absconding, police mentioned.
The accused have been booked on expenses of homicide, wrongful restraint, and intentional insult with intent to impress a breach of the peace.
Zaheer and his associates had been booked below Sections of the Karnataka Prevention of Cow Slaughter and Cattle Prevention Act, Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act, Transportation of Animals Act, and Motor Autos Act.
In the meantime, pressure prevailed on Saturday because the household of the deceased took to streets and demanded motion towards the vigilantes, holding them answerable for the dying of Idrees. Nonetheless, following the police interference, the state of affairs was introduced below management.
Police mentioned investigation on the matter is underway and they’re attempting to nab the principle accused Kerehalli.
It’s to be famous that the world the place the incident passed off falls below the constituency of Karnataka Congress state president DK Shivakumar.