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Punjab: Rajpura police book cow vigilantes after video surfaces on social media

A police official said they watched a video which was uploaded on a social networking site following which they took the action against Satish Kumar and his accomplices.

By: Express News Service | Chandigarh |
August 8, 2016 11:04:40 am
Cow, Cow vigilantes, Beef, Punjab, Haryana, Rajpura, Pm Modi, Narendra Modi, Modi, Modi government, Beef ban, Punjab police, india news, cow vigilantism, gau rakshak, cow protectors, India, cow politics, The police officials of Rajpura said that they have registered a case against Satish Kumar, Kala, Anu, Gurpreet Singh Happy and 20 unknown persons.

After Prime Minister Narendra Modi asked the state governments to act against cow vigilantes who harrass people, in first of its kind Rajpura police have booked several people after watching the video on social networking site when the accused were beating a truck driver who was going towards Haryana carrying cows in his truck. No arrest has been made so far.

The police officials of Rajpura said that they have registered a case against Satish Kumar, Kala, Anu, Gurpreet Singh Happy and 20 unknown persons who were with the accused when the incident took place near the bus stand.

A police official who is part of the investigation told The Indian Express that they watched a video which was uploaded on a social networking site following which they took the action against Satish Kumar and his accomplices.

The official further said that they have also contacted Mohali police to know the status of the FIR which was registered on the complaint of Satish Kumar against some youth in connection with the recovery of meat, which Kumar alleged to be beef.

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