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Mangalore: Police seize vehicle with 19 cows, calves - Culprits escape

Mangalore: Police seize vehicle with 19 cows, calves - Culprits escape

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Daijiworld Media Network - Mangalore (BG)

Mangalore, Jul 10: In yet another case of alleged cattle trafficking, Mangalore rural police on Wednesday July 10 seized 19 cows and calves and a vehicle which was transporting them. However, the accused managed to escape.

The incident took place at Gurpur bridge at around 6.30 am.

The police were on their routine check when a Mahindra pickup, without number plate, passed by. The police signalled the vehicle driver to stop, but instead, in a bid to escape, the driver drove the vehicle in reverse.

The police chased the vehicle for a short distance. At the same time, another vehicle came on to the bridge, and the driver of the pickup could not drive any further and was forced to stop. The three persons inside got out and fled before the police could catch them.

After the persons escaped, the police inspected the pickup vehicle and found 19 cows and calves inside. The seized the vehicle and the animals were taken to the police station.

Out of the 19, four animals died soon after, sources said.

Mangalore rural police have registered a case.

 

Comment on this article

  • Abdul Razak, Mangalore

    Thu, Jul 11 2013

    Why is such a silly incident so highly highlighted ? Is the job of the Mangalore Rural Police only to catch transportation of cows ? Are they meant only for that ? It seems so !

    These same Police Station guys watched the fun from outside during the BJP ruled " HOMESTAY ATTACK '.

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  • sudarshan, ganjimut

    Thu, Jul 11 2013

    My family lost two cattles 3 days before. As usual cattles were left for gazing and did not returned in the evening. everywhere searched upto kaikamba but not found. May be out of these our two also thier. need to inform my family to check. everybody at home in bad state. not only we lost two cattles but the peace at home due to love and affection they had with these cattles. believe me it is part of our family and we lost it. cattle house is empty looking at it my mother literally crying .
    BD people please assit to stop this menace. people who owns cattles realize the important of losing it. in this forum nobody realizes it because these guys think they born to eat beef and it is their birth right. senseless people.

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  • Mohamed Ashraf, Dubai/ Mangalore

    Thu, Jul 11 2013

    Please ask Govt of India, beef exporting company name,owners name, share holders name. Definetly, there will be surprise.

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  • Indian, Bangalore

    Thu, Jul 11 2013

    Krishna, Mangalore
    Wednesday, July 10, 2013

    Ashish, Mlore Dear Ashish raj Anna
    Wednesday, July 10, 2013

    Dear Krishna hare krishna hare rama
    Ministry of Commerce & Industry, Department of Commerce has issued a notification No 82 (RE – 2010)/2009-2014 on 31 October 2011. This notification mentions that export of beef of cows, oxen and calf, and buffallows (male, female, calfs) is prohibited. Can some one enlighten me on how they export beef in contravention of Foreign Trade regulation? And proudly that we are the leading exporters? My brother please forget about news it will change the words in different angels in minutes lets work out practical Life.

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  • Krishna, Mangalore

    Thu, Jul 11 2013

    Dear Indian Bengaluru, Earlier you mentioned that you are running your business all over Middle East countrys ( countries)
    Can you tell us what kind of business you are doing and the name of your company / trade / establishment so that we can correct / our knowledge.

    I suggest you take up this matter with the Ministry of Commerce about this notification and the information available on GOOGLE. My dear friend, have you heard of AL - KABBER products.

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  • Saf, Khobar

    Thu, Jul 11 2013

    Islam says before or during the slaughter animal should treated with kindness.It should never be skinned or maimed before it is slaughtered.Nor should it ever be tortured.It should never be slaughtered in the sight of other animals..What these guys are doing(LIKE OVERCROWDING WHILE TRANSPORTING) is condemned in Islam.
    Thanks Daiji.

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  • Kevin , Mangalore

    Thu, Jul 11 2013

    Zaid, I strongly condemn the way you comment not only on this article but also in most of the cases.Man you sound like you are Ok with anything and everything as long as you get what yo want?!
    Look at this dreadful act for a while before you justify their act brother. Even if you think it doesn't matter for you or it's just another incident I request you to keep your thoughts yourself and not to express it on open form like this where most of the people forgotten their caste, community, party and condemned this heinous act.

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  • Vikram, Dubai

    Thu, Jul 11 2013

    "Congress Government Gindabad..." beware cows !!!

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  • sunil, mangalore

    Thu, Jul 11 2013

    thnks fr those whu voted congi...nana aklena upadra suru

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  • Arun D, Aneguddey

    Thu, Jul 11 2013

    There are lots of continuous thefts, murders, burglaries going and even rapidly increasing rape cases in Dakshina Kannada and our police department is busy behind cattle’s. where are we heading? The police department is responsible for those four died cattle’s.

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Thu, Jul 11 2013

    The name of the Vehicle is Mahindra RAMBO.....

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  • Kushal, udipi

    Thu, Jul 11 2013

    Eat beef good for you taste like lamb.

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  • Stany D'sa, Balehonnur/Dubai

    Thu, Jul 11 2013

    Mangalore police are very busy in cow catching. Really they have no time for public service ?

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  • P. Shirish Kumar Hosabettu, Muscat., Manipal

    Thu, Jul 11 2013

    Forget of every thing, they were selling dead cow's meat. You people eating the same dead cow's meat. Please take care of your health

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  • Rajesh Shetty, Mlore-Shj

    Wed, Jul 10 2013

    Dear Jossey
    I guess you ran over some Dog in the highway that came under your tires!

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Thu, Jul 11 2013

    Stop comparing....

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  • Rajesh Shetty, Mlore-Shj

    Thu, Jul 11 2013

    We hope that same meat dint end up in your plate later!

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  • jeetendra hegde, mumbai

    Wed, Jul 10 2013

    Oh God ....,how cruel these people may be??

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  • Mohammad Salauddeen Bantwal, Mangalore/AUH

    Wed, Jul 10 2013

    I humbly request all my Muslim brothers to check the source of the beef meat we are eating. If we are eating this kind of meat, for sure we are filling haram in to our stomach and heart. No matter what it is, this is not really the way to get it. I hope cops wil nab the culprits real soon and they will be punished accordingly. Peace.

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  • Abu saad, Mangalore/Dubai

    Wed, Jul 10 2013

    Dear Krishna ur knowledge is limited, it's not India some other country....moreover if India supplies say thanks to the buyers, otherwise the day will these cows/buffalo will start eating BDs flesh

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  • Krishna, mangalore

    Wed, Jul 10 2013

    Did you read the arab news on the net OR did you read about the articles in GOOGLE. In google there are many articles saying INDIA THE LARGEST BEEF EXPORTER. Do not act like a kid or a frog in the pond.

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  • zaid, udupi

    Wed, Jul 10 2013

    Pic 6 is more than 80 kgs

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  • suman, mangalore

    Wed, Jul 10 2013

    dear Friends,

    How can a Mahindra Bolero, with its size as shown in the pics have 20 cows or calves, its not a lorry. A Mahindra Bolero can carry Max. 6 cows, there is something wrong ??? umm I leave it upto you guys. Always be practical in life.

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Wed, Jul 10 2013

    Blame it all on the FEKUS....

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  • peter, mlre

    Wed, Jul 10 2013

    people in Mlre were beef eaters for centuries. the tradition was peaceful. it was a festivity/celebration of a king. now its a political game and we have so many problems/restlessness in society lets go back to the tradition all be right.

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  • KRISHNA, MANGALORE

    Wed, Jul 10 2013

    After congi govt came power no control, govt is supporting all these activities

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  • Dev, Mangalore

    Wed, Jul 10 2013

    You Ban something, if demand is there then illegal suppliers multiply with huge revenue from the trade.
    It doesn't matter whether the item is-Drugs,Liquor,Meat or gold for the dealers.
    Why not organize the production to sales with utmost care to all, is a million dollar question or solution here also.

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  • KGShenoy, Mangalore/Dubai

    Wed, Jul 10 2013

    Jossy, you seem to have "Divya Drishti"How you know they were abandoned?Look at the pictures.They all look healthy.And for your information there are many places in our district and Udupi like Neelavar,Bantwal(Govanithshraya),Kanyan(Bharath Sevashram) etc where they accept stray and old cows and take a good care.As usual with itchy palms you wanted to write as usual unreasoanble,baseless comments.

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Wed, Jul 10 2013

    Rainy season and the surroundings are lush greet so these road side animals are well fed.....

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  • KGShenoy, Mangalore/Dubai

    Wed, Jul 10 2013

    I don't know how many thousand more of these innocent animals have to die with torture because of this illegal trafficking.Our CM must be upset with police officers who succeeded in stopping this illegal trafficking of animals.Whoever buy meat from these criminals also share the sin.

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  • Ravindra, Udupi

    Wed, Jul 10 2013

    Hope this police officer is not dismissed/transferred tomorrow!!!

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  • Roshan, M'lore

    Wed, Jul 10 2013

    Very cruel act.
    Cant see any comments from Yanabu.
    Normally he is at front seat.
    Totally disgusting....

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  • Badru, Mangalore

    Wed, Jul 10 2013

    Cow stealing and eating used to happen in ancient days too by the 'Rakshasa' or 'daanava' folk and they used to trouble the sages and saints when they were perforing yagna and yaaga. History repeats.

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  • Peter Pereira, Pune

    Wed, Jul 10 2013

    Jeevan sir, I agree with your comments - "If govt/police failed to act.. we will move in right track to stop animal trafficking any cost by force...".
    Let us ask BD/Ramasene to create trouble in one of the Orphanages/Old age homes with conversion issue as they were doing earlier, vacate the place by force and turn it into cow shed. This is the most suitable way to protect animals. If these groups strive to help and protect the poor and helpless same way as they do in cow case, our State will be Paradise. Sub kutch matlab hai baiyya.Politics.....politics.....
    politics. No one truly loves neither animals nor human beings or God.

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  • harish shenoy, mangalore

    Wed, Jul 10 2013

    Good Joke

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Wed, Jul 10 2013

    I am sure these are all stray cattle abandoned on HIGHWAYS.......

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  • jeevan, mangalore

    Wed, Jul 10 2013

    Yes.. like you

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  • Roshan, M'lore

    Wed, Jul 10 2013

    @ Jossey,
    abandoning cows on the HIGHWAYS does not give the rights to anyone to transport them for his own pleasure....
    Sick comments....

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Wed, Jul 10 2013

    What would you prefer - Meat on a poor mans plate or Meat under a vehicles tyre.....

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  • My View , managlore

    Thu, Jul 11 2013

    On highway u find , mad people too. will you comment same for them .

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  • Das, Kudla

    Wed, Jul 10 2013

    Cant see this happening. Govt we need a Cow slaughter bill soon. Save cows.

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Wed, Jul 10 2013

    Keep on dreaming.....

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  • Aloka Nath, Bengaluru

    Wed, Jul 10 2013

    Most animals are transported this way only in India. Sheep and goatvan pack animals where by the time they reach the destined place many are dead. Even pigs are packed and transported in the same way. Chicken are even more cruelly transported in small cages. They are also carried on cycles, scooters and bikes, most of the time heads dangling down, rubbing against wheel or ground etc., This is the way we treat these animals in India before culling them. So there should be a policy to treat all animals including cattle to be handled and treated hygenically.

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  • Indian, Bangalore

    Wed, Jul 10 2013

    Krishna, Mangalore
    Wednesday, July 10, 2013

    Krishna ohhhhhhhhhhhh Rama Krishan who said you baba that india is one of the largest meat / beef supplier to Saudi Arabia ??? it is Completely False even I am running my Business all over Middle East countrys, European countrys are the main suppliers NOT INDIA .

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  • Ashish, Mlore

    Wed, Jul 10 2013

    @INDIAN business man in Middle East

    Just Google "Indian beef exports"

    ...keep yourself abreast of latest in Meat industry

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  • Krishna, Mangalore

    Wed, Jul 10 2013

    Dear Indian, Bangalore refresh your knowledge, I do not know what kind of exporter u are.
    Kindly go to www.arabnews.com of 10 july ( today ) you will find one news item reading as " Brazil beef ban sends prices of samosas , kebab soaring"

    In the second para it is mentioned - After the ban of Braziian beef, India has emerged the largest supplier of meat followed by Australia-. I did not know that you had better knowledge than Arab news. Sorry, apologies for my wrong comments.

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  • ESKEY, UDUPI

    Wed, Jul 10 2013

    Recently, Brazil went out of Europe.......

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  • YOUSUF.K, BANGALORE

    Wed, Jul 10 2013

    OO Anna muklege padodu pulitha Adard..They are really cruel and sick people.

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  • Peter Pereira, Pune

    Wed, Jul 10 2013

    Rakesh Shetty, I will also salute BD if they could try to save human lives as well. I could recall an innocent college student unfortunately was chemical dependent & committed suicide few months ago. The girls parents trusted these BD guys and sought their help to save this girl. These useless BDs could do nothing to save the poor child. They are fit to save only animals. Mr. Rakesh, as long as there is police dept., we do not want any jobless goondas as protectors of law who themselves are living a lawless life.

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  • ZAID, UDUPI

    Wed, Jul 10 2013

    ANIMALS CAN SAVE ONLY ANIMALS.

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  • Annonymous, Mlore

    Wed, Jul 10 2013

    ANIMAL LOVERS WERE TAKING THE COWS TO THE VETERINARY HOSPITAL BY MAHINDRA VAN BECAUSE THERE IS NO AMBULANCE FOR ANIMALS.
    POLICE STOPPED TO MAKE A FAST BUCK POOR DRIVER AND. OTHERS PANICKED SICK COWS DIED WHO IS RESPONSIBLE ?

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  • Pinto, Mlore

    Wed, Jul 10 2013

    Case will go against.
    Wait till Animal activist come to know
    Of this .

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  • V.Pereira, udupi

    Wed, Jul 10 2013

    Well Said Peter Pereira, I totally agree with you.

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  • Flavian, Mangalore/Kuwait

    Wed, Jul 10 2013

    Ever since I have been living in Kuwait for the last 35 years I have hardly eaten beef over here. Only Chicken or mutton and back in India, on my vacation I used have some beef chops at Mangala. Only during my childhood days, we used to taste beef once fortnightly. I have never witnessed the pathetic scene of these animals, the way they are shown. Disgusting and hear-rending. The butchers would have sold the dead meat to some prolific customers.

    I think I have to think twice next time when I will be in M'lore.

    Let Authorities take appropriate action against this cruel trade immediately.

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  • Vincent, Mangalore

    Thu, Jul 11 2013

    Could it be you do not eat Beef in Kuwait because good beef costs a lot more than Chicken & Mutton?

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  • RSRB, Kundapura / KSA

    Wed, Jul 10 2013

    This news in daiji must have opened so many eyes including those who tried to close......
    Thank you daiji for spreading the humanity in people.....
    Hope CM & Governor too read this news & hope their eyes too get opened.....

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  • Ravindra, Udupi

    Wed, Jul 10 2013

    So far anybody is punished for this type of activities?

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  • ನ್ಯಾಯಕ್ಕಾಗಿ , ಅಬುಧಾಬಿ / ಉಬಾರ್

    Wed, Jul 10 2013

    legal or illegal, the way they loaded n transported the cows is highly condemnable, crule act indeed..
    pls don't mix it with any religion with such things coz religion nothing to do with such kind of cruel minded guys acts..

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  • Rakesh shetty, mangalore

    Wed, Jul 10 2013

    @ Achhu, MloreWednesday,

    BAJRANGADAL ARE THE MAIN REASON NOW THIS IS CONTROLLED.

    HATS OFF BD FOR SAVING ANIMALS FROM CULPRITS. JAI HO.

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  • Krishna, Mangalore

    Wed, Jul 10 2013

    It is reported that India is one of the largest meat / beef supplier to Saudi Arabia. If this trend continue, then we will not find animals for our agricultural purposes and the prices of animal products will sky rocket

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  • Mr. bean,

    Wed, Jul 10 2013

    jeevan, mangalore
    Well said dear..Ya its our time now. We should take care of these animals and keep in cowshed as we take care for milking cows...
    Smart boy

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  • jeevan, mangalore

    Wed, Jul 10 2013

    If govt/police failed to act.. we will move in right track to stop animal trafficking any cost by force...

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  • prem, Moodbidri

    Wed, Jul 10 2013

    Strict law should be implemented to stop cattle theft or trafficking illigally.
    People involved in this activity should be punished severely.

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  • ZAID, UDUPI

    Wed, Jul 10 2013

    PLS LET US KNOW THE LEGAL WAY OF TRANSPORTING CATTLE?

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  • ESKEY, UDUPI

    Wed, Jul 10 2013

    I think it is a good question Zaid Sir. We may get some logical answer.
    I feel cattle should be 'transported' as you rightly said. Perhaps in a pick-up truck, not more than 2-3 at a time without over-crowding could be the best way. I do not know the 'rule'. Certainly not in passenger cars or 19 heads in one truck.
    Surely, I am not expecting them to be transported in AC Volvo busses but at least the poor animals LIVE in dignity (they deserve) till they are put to death?

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  • zaid, udupi

    Wed, Jul 10 2013

    I don't know why people are making such bg big issues. When human dies no body will come and asks. Forget abt 19 cows a single cow is not allowled to transport. Its just political issues to get the votes. My request is to those soft corner people there r many cows who don't have any shelter in many places. Go and bring those cows to the home and get them have food. Fooling public is very easy now a days

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  • ESKEY, UDUPI

    Wed, Jul 10 2013

    Mr. Zaid,
    Please do not mix issues.
    I don't think anybody in this forum is so inhuman not to deplore human killings or to show apathy towards the death of a human being.
    Problem here is more than political.
    There are some people who enjoy commenting by hurting others sentiments or belief. This is the problem. They know there are some people who get hurt by that action because cow is scared to them. You thought all these comments they throw at another human being, glorifying illegal trafficking of cows / eating beef and how tasty it is etc. were innocently done? It is a clear attempt to insult a section of people (albeit small) who see their God in cows.
    Why you think a person should not have soft corner towards animals? Who says Hindus are not offering shelters to aged cattle? There are many shelters already. Those who are staying in flats have practical problems to bring cows to their homes Sir. Just because they can’t bring the cows home you want them to stop feeling for the cows?
    What about those cows stolen from the house where it was tied in the shed?
    Please tell me what makes you justify cruelty to animals? Whoever transports them and kills them is not supposed to kill that animal according to his religious beliefs? How will you ensure that it is done properly? In this case 4 cows died during transportation. What if the contaminated meet were to appear in some unsuspecting hotels in the name of CHEAP & TASTY food?
    Where is the politics if I call for safe meat and practice hygiene?
    Why your community people should get agitated when there is a question of a PIG? You may be kind hearted person to ignore the insults thrown at you. Unfortunately not all are same like you Sir.
    Fooling public is easy, but what is so great in scoring points over each other?

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  • Elvis Lewis, Udupi/Dubai

    Wed, Jul 10 2013

    Its pathetic, why these people transport animals in such manner, they can officially make a sale deal, unless these cows are stolen. During this season Beaf meat is more in demand. Partly we should blame for the law against cow slaughter in Karnatka, soon it should be lifted. Those who want to eat let them eat, those who want to worship let them worship.

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  • Peter Pereira, Pune

    Wed, Jul 10 2013

    It is very easy to trace the owner of vehicle by Chassis & Engine number of vehicle. No need of number plate, or is police dept. waiting to catch innocent youths ?

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  • ESKEY, UDUPI

    Wed, Jul 10 2013

    Yes Sir,
    They will catch some innocent people from a particular community.
    Police too became communal under secular government.

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  • Ashish, Mlore

    Wed, Jul 10 2013

    It's always the cows that get caught...whereas the CULPRITS escape!!! Wonder when the culprits will be caught... Police as usual is Jak Maaring.

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  • Rakshak, Mangalore

    Wed, Jul 10 2013

    ಇದು ಮಾನವನ ಕಠೋರತೆಯ ಪರಮಾವದಿ. ಈ ಮೂಖ ಪ್ರಾಣಿಗೆ ಮಾತಾಡುವ ಶಕ್ತಿಯಿಲ್ಲ ಆದರೆ ಅದಕ್ಕೆ ದೇವಶಕ್ತಿಯಿದೆ. ಮಗುವಿಗೆ ಮಾತೆಯ ಹಾಲು ಎಷ್ಟು ಇಷ್ಟವೋ ಅಷ್ಟೇ ಈ ಗೋ ಮಾತೆಯ ಹಾಲೂ ಇಷ್ಟ. ಈ ಗೋ ಮಾತೆಯು ತನ್ನ ಕಂದಮ್ಮಗಳಿಗೆ ಅಲ್ಪ ಹಾಲನ್ನು ಕೊಟ್ಟು ಮತ್ತೆಲ್ಲವನ್ನೂ ಮಾನವನಿಗೆ ದಾನ ಮಾಡುವ ಕಾಮಧೇನು. ಅದರ ಕಣ್ಣೀರು ಶಾಪವಲ್ಲದೆ ಮತ್ತಿನ್ನೇನು?

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  • Amin Bhoja, Patte / Riyadh

    Wed, Jul 10 2013

    What a pathetic scene,people of cruel hearts.

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  • secure, mangalore

    Wed, Jul 10 2013

    the more you ban the more crime and cruelty will be on animals, Those people are eating let them eat..so why ban?

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  • ESKEY, UDUPI

    Wed, Jul 10 2013

    Where is the ban on EATING my friend?
    The issue here is illegal trafficking and unhygienic slaughtering.
    Look at the picture. Do you still want to eat the meat of these godforsaken DEAD animals?
    Please eat safe meat AS MUCH AS YOU WANT. Nobody is against you and nobody stops you.
    Please stop relating two separate issues.

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  • Wilson, dubai

    Wed, Jul 10 2013

    Rakesh, Yella ok ban yaake?

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  • Krishna, Mangalore

    Wed, Jul 10 2013

    OMG very cruel people, should be severely punished. Any how the culprits can be traced even though the number plate is removed. God save our district from such cruel persons.

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  • Achhu, Mlore

    Wed, Jul 10 2013

    I am being muslim oppose the way they treat animal, also i say Bajranga Dal is the main reason for all these happenings..

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  • Lavin Noronha, Paladka

    Wed, Jul 10 2013

    I have no words to express my disgust... real barbarians... There is no fear of law

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  • C Sharath, Mangalore

    Wed, Jul 10 2013

    Very disturbing pics, especially for people who have roots from villages and have grown up seeing catlle in their backyard being raised & cared more like a family members. All humanity is not taken to consideration about the value of a Cow in ones lives from its milk to the ones who pull the heavy plough giving us the rice we eat today. I guess the people who do these things (Sealing & stuffing twenty cows in small such vehicle) do not eat rice but $#!^.
    Guys is this Meat worth so much that you don't mind doing such inhuman & heinous acts of hurting these poor animals who spend their lives serving us ? Why don't you ask the Govt to import Beef from New Zealand or Down under where the herds are raised for meat purpose and eat a best quality meat than steal and traffic somebodies hard earned and rared cattle thus creating a social problem for all ???

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  • Gabriel Francis ( Gabbu), Mangalore

    Wed, Jul 10 2013

    Dear Sharath,

    Absolutely agree with u. I do not know which language these cow-traffickers will understand. If people dont sell their cows, what is the problem with these thieves ? If these thieves want to have beef, let them rear cows by themselves and eat as much as possible to build flesh. No values at all to these rogues. Any person who knows value of a cow wont stoop to this level. We need tough actions from authorities. Let the beef lobby pressure government to procure meat from abroad.... but not to steal precious cows from families.

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  • Lavin Noronha, Paladka

    Wed, Jul 10 2013

    @C Sharath, Mangalore, i fully agree with you.. Seeing these pics looks like some cattle are already dead. Seems like they will sell the meat of these dead animals too.... too heart wrenching pics.

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  • Prashanth Poojary, Karkala

    Wed, Jul 10 2013

    C Sharath,I Do agree with you sir,the way of transportation adopted by these cow thiefs itself indicates what kind of devil mind they have,no word they are 100% devils in the form of human body this what i can say.

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  • Bahrain, Bahrain

    Wed, Jul 10 2013

    It is my earnest desire that viewers should protest strongly through emails and letters to the Chief Minister of Karnataka to stop allowing Karnataka from being a transit point for illegal cattle mafia.

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  • Rajesh Shetty, Mlore-Shj

    Wed, Jul 10 2013

    It will not work dear, under this Govt the CM will give his vehicle also and ask his cabinet also to give their old vehicles to aid such trafficking as its the blood flown and meat consumed of these innocent animals is what brings them votes and their seats they are sitting in now.

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  • Peter Pereira, Pune

    Wed, Jul 10 2013

    Indeed very sad to see the animals in a pathetic condition. However, at once do not jump to conclusion saying these cows are being transported by a particular community unless the person involved is caught. Politics is a dirty game and politicians can stoop to any low to gain peoples' support. Police should investigate thoroughly and catch the real culprit, not the innocent one under the pressure of any party/group.

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  • ER, MNGALORE

    Wed, Jul 10 2013

    Disgusting to see how holy cows are being treated by human beings. Cut off the hands of such illegal cow transporters and teach a lesson to these RAKSHAKAS AND BHAKSHAKS

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  • SANTOSH mangalore, MANGALORE

    Wed, Jul 10 2013

    Dear beef sukka, chilli lovers can you comment now.

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  • Ifthikhar, Mangalore / KSA

    Wed, Jul 10 2013

    This menace will increase unabated as long as there is a huge demand for the beef in our state. Government should take urgent action to put an end to this menace.

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  • Sudheer, Mangalore

    Wed, Jul 10 2013

    Congi chelas doing it without any fear. Its freedom for these cowards when congress starts ruling.

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  • Saheb,

    Wed, Jul 10 2013

    Unless there is stringent laws against illegal cattle trafficking these situation will be there. Both GOVT (cong bjp) want to keep this issue live and make use of it..

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  • deekshith ch, mangalor

    Wed, Jul 10 2013

    How cruel ths guys are........ shame on ths govt....after congs cum to karnatka ths kind of trafficking is more.s&^& on ths congs govt

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  • R.K.Uchil, Someshawar, Qatar

    Wed, Jul 10 2013

    "A stitch in time saves nine", concerned officers serious and strict involvement could avoid further such miserable incidents.

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  • prashanth, mlore/dubai

    Wed, Jul 10 2013

    All the illegal activities picking up speed after the formation of congress government. Within some days people will realize there mistake.

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  • Bryan, Bahrain

    Wed, Jul 10 2013

    Horrible to see such disrespect utter cruelty shown on the sacred cows.Are the ministers looking the otherway.

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  • Rajesh Shetty, Mlore-Shj

    Wed, Jul 10 2013

    Only people who drink blood instead of water and live by the sword can do such a in humane crime to these dumb animals. Cattle trafficking is going on without any fear in undivided districts.

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  • Rakesh shetty, mangalore

    Wed, Jul 10 2013

    LOOK AT THE PICS. IT SHOWS HOW CRUEL CULPRITS ARE?

    ONLY ONE SOLUTION LEFT THIS MUST BE BAN EVERYWHERE.

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  • STAN, DUBAI

    Wed, Jul 10 2013

    I agree with you, Mr Shetty, They are really cruel and sick people.

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  • Nazeer, Bajpe

    Wed, Jul 10 2013

    Rakesh,

    I agree with your point this time. (No Congis or No Bhangis). 19 cows in a pickup!!!.

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  • Gabriel Francis ( Gabbu), Mangalore

    Wed, Jul 10 2013

    This is totally unacceptable. Gurpura, Addur, surathkal, katipalla, yedapadav, farangipet, etc. are the main centers of cow traffickers. People should march to MLA/Minister offices and demand to produce the culprots and their masters in full public display.

    This cannot go on. These cows of various colors n age have been picked up from grazing areas for sure. The vehicle carrying these defenseless creatures doesnt have a number plate.

    Can some responsible authorities take courage n burst out this racket of cow thieves once for all.... for the good of society ? Cow feeds everyone in various forms irrespective of belief systems. India which is a soft state must deal with this kind of menace seriously. Dont do this stealing please. If u dont eat beef for one day you wont die. Plz understand. Political patronages must be stopped in this issue.

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  • Gabriel Francis ( Gabbu), Mangalore

    Wed, Jul 10 2013

    Many communities take care of cows very well at their home. They make a living out of it. Along west-coast belt, it is the hindu n christian n backward communities that have huts for cows n produce milk, organic manure etc. But the meat business n slaughter centers traditionally are run by muslim community. If cow is economically beneficial to hindu/christian communities, they wont sell their cows for meat purpose. Meat is the last use of cows that comes to people in this business. When the supply of cows has been stopped from families owning cows, these thieves look for cows in grazing areas, and in many cases flick from huts too ( Dog wont bark !!). It is also true that many chrsitians and majority muslims eat beef. When demand is more, and also profit is more, cow trafficking is the only way left for procuring cows. Whether cows exist or not, people want beef. This is totally unacceptable. If families sell their cows for meat, then let these people take. But not by force n cheating.

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  • Sudheer, Mangalore

    Wed, Jul 10 2013

    Stop this immediately. Culprits should be punished severely.

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  • Leena, Mangalore

    Wed, Jul 10 2013

    So sorry to see the plight of animals. what an inhuman act. culprits should be punished for such a gruesome act.

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  • Sudheer, Mangalore

    Wed, Jul 10 2013

    Stop this immediately. Culprits should be punished severely.

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  • vinay, mangalore

    Wed, Jul 10 2013

    How cruel it is!!!
    19 cows and calves in one pickup?
    4 Cows died!
    How can this animal trafficking be stopped?

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  • Robert, Bajpe

    Wed, Jul 10 2013

    Its really disturbing and need to stop animal trafficking strictly. I would request concerned authorities to provide the meat through Govt. channels through out India. And traffickers should be punished severely as to stop illegal slaughters.

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  • ESKEY, UDUPI

    Wed, Jul 10 2013

    DONT STOP.
    Give priority to BEEF eaters
    let the animals die
    I am more disgusted with beef eaters comments than illegal / inhuman trafficking.
    Even though nobody objected anybody from eating BEEF many commentators CRIED here as if they were prevented from breathing.
    REJOICE beef eaters.
    It is Tasty and Yummy

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