An FIR was registered against the owner of India Pesticide Limited (IPL) company and other unidentified employees following a protest by local residents. Police have sent a report of the incident to the PCB.
The issue of stray cattle has rocked the MC House meeting on many occasions. To take action against those who leave the animals on the city roads, the MC has also decided to impose a fine of Rs 20,000 in the last house meeting, held on September 5.
Overall, 1.05 lakh livestock — which include cattle, buffaloes, camels, horses, sheep and goats — were brought to the nine fairs in 2012-13, of which 58,733 were sold. In 2016-17, the corresponding figures were 51,846 and 17,885.
Mohammad Rafiq Gujjar (28) and Shakeel Ahmad (30), both residents of Gool, were allegedly fired upon by soldiers of the 58 Rashtriya Rifles when they were leaving Kohli village around 4 am, a police official said.
Waking up at 2.30 am, the day’s work begins by bathing the animals. They are then fed and milking begins in an hour. I J Singh, a tabela owner in Unit 19 of the Milk Colony, has employed one person to take care of every 10 animals.
According to police, Mohammad Afroz, who is in his mid-20s and is a resident of Wasseypur in Dhanbad, was in Dharjori Tuesday evening. When he saw some cows grazing, he started shepherding three of them, triggering suspicion among villagers, said police.
Rajnandgaon (Chattisgarh), Feb 21 (ANI): Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday could not stop himself from touching the feet of 104-year-old Kuwarbai Yadav, who sold her cattle to build a toilet at her home. Modi felicitated Kuwarbai Yadav for her efforts to make her village open defecation free during the launch of 'Rurban Mission' at Kurrubhat village in the state's Naxal-hit Rajandgaon District.