The relatives of the victims clashed with Pithari villagers at Sadar Hospital, Chhapra. Additional police personnel were called to control the situation. The kin said the three were pick-up van drivers who were returning to their village .
On May 22, Taufik, Anjum Shama and Dilip Malviya were arrested under the anti-cow slaughter act and sent to judicial custody after the cow vigilantes informed the police that they were allegedly carrying the meat in an autorickshaw and a two-wheeler from Khairi village.
Police said a case was registered against those injured after a complaint by the accused villagers. “We have registered a case against the three injured under The Jharkhand Bovine Animal Prohibition of Slaughter Act,” said M L Meena, ADG (operations).
"The three Chinese persons are technicians working for China Coal India Pvt Ltd set up as a joint venture of India and China and are here to work on production augmentation project at a mine operated by Manganese Ore India Limited (MOIL) near Khapa," the press note added.
A 24-year-old youth on Tuesday (October 6) was found dead under mysterious circumstances at his house, heightening tension in the village after his family alleged that he was facing police harassment following the lynching of a man here over beef rumour.
The Madras High Court on Tuesday granted a four-week stay on the Centre’s decision to ban the sale of cattle meant for slaughter. The Madurai bench of the high court sought responses from the state government and Government of India on the issue. In response to a PIL filed at the high court, a interim […]
Panaji (Goa), Jan 26 (ANI): A Syrian national, allegedly overstaying in India, was traced and detained by Goa Police from an offshore casino off Panaji late on Monday night. Inspector General of Police, Sunil Garg on Tuesday said that they had got information that a person from Syria was missing during his overstay in country and his location was said to be around Goa. He also said that on Monday they had traced him and interrogation is underway. The interrogation of the detained Syrian national assumes significance in the wake of the recent death threats to Prime Minster Narendra Modi and Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar over beef ban in the country. The message was sent through an anonymous postcard which had ISIS (Islamic State of Iraq and Syria) written on it.