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Bantwal: Police rescue three cattle transported in ice cream vehicle


Daijiworld Media Network – Bantwal (EP)

Bantwal, Jul 17: Police sub-inspector Yellappa and personnel intercepted Ashok Leyland mini goods vehicle near Salethoor junction, Kolnad village on Wednesday, Jul 17 and rescued three cows being transported illegally in the vehicle.

The driver of the mini goods vehicle coloured yellow and blue with Amul Ice Cream written on it, drove past the police when asked to stop. Later he stopped the vehicle at Kattathila Gopalakrishna Math, in Kolnad village. The driver and another suspect in the vehicle fled subsequently.

The police, who opened the rear door of the vehicle, found two brown cows and a male black calf tied in cruel manner. It is suspected that the accused had stolen the animals and were transporting them for slaughter towards Kerala.

A police case stands registered in Vittal police station. Investigations are in progress.

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  • Joseph, Qatar

    Thu, Jul 18 2019

    A big hue and cry exists on this useless piece of shit subject in all the States of the country. But NOBODY lifts a finger in Kerala where open sale of meat is going on and nobody has the guts to stop it. Why does one state have separate set of rules? For everyone the same set of rules should fall under the same roof. Why discriminate from one state to another?

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  • Gangu, Kudla

    Thu, Jul 18 2019

    Police always have glove on this activity. Evevn so called vhp bhp sene, pumwells etc etc all gets hafta. They let go vehicles in toll or check post... Money Hay tho honey Hay.... Only poor blind hindu bhaktas says cow mooomy... Rest says yummy after 2pegs....

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  • madanson, mangalore

    Thu, Jul 18 2019

    I don't think any religion or holy book will support stealing cows from hut. really shameful act. but some people are supporting these thieves.

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  • sanjeev, mangalore

    Thu, Jul 18 2019

    there is no end for illegal activity. it can be controlled by taking strict action against these criminals. but due to vote bank politics govt hesitate to take the action. our so called seculars are silent on cow theft incidents. no God or religion support any kind of illegal activity or cow theft. even consuming these stolen items also not supported.

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  • Moshu, Mangaluru

    Thu, Jul 18 2019

    Totally agree but this PAAPI PET KA SAWAAL BHAYYA. In this Kaliyug it is impossible to feed our families from our Halal (permissible) earning. These incidents are brought in public domain so we are here starting to pointing our fingers towards them and we pretending like saints.

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  • madanson, mangalore

    Thu, Jul 18 2019

    Moshu,

    I don't agree with you. it is possible to feed our family with hard earnings under the concept of Halal. God has given food for everyone. but when our requirements are crossed the limit then only some people forget Halal concept & God cant help them. there is no excuse for illegal activity. Legal or Illegal two different concept & we should choose only one. if we choose both then there is no value for this life.

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  • Peter Saldanha, Udupi

    Thu, Jul 18 2019

    These smugglers steal cows and slaughter them, they have blessing from so called secular parties.

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  • Moshu, Mangalore

    Thu, Jul 18 2019

    yeah.... Like the secularists in Goa , North East and export companies in center.

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  • H. Almeida., Bendur/Andheri

    Thu, Jul 18 2019

    Enough is Enough !!!! This sickeningly, insanely diabolic, episodes, keep occurring every day.... Will these vile fiends, perish if they cannot consume cattle in their daily diet ????? Next they will transport these innocent, terrified, animals, in ambulances and even luxury tourist buses !!!!!!!!!! The state government, is in a total state of paralysis.... biased to pacify a section of the electorate, for Vote bank politics !!!!!!!!!

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  • Nitin B, Karkala

    Thu, Jul 18 2019

    After so many such incidents of cruelty against animals, stealing, utter disregard for law and rule of the land, I wouldn’t be surprised if hate crime is on the rise.

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  • Rajesh. D., Manglore, Dubai.

    Wed, Jul 17 2019

    Guys pray to your God who created you (whichever community / religion you belong to) Ask Him to give you source of income through a decent job to support your family.
    Your / Our God will not be happy if you torture animals for your pleasure. Animals also created by Him and He will listen to their cry and whine.
    Our brothers who clean septic tanks support their family through their hard earned money and live with their family.
    Shame on you lazy buggers who support your family by stealing others livelihood.

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  • Alwyn Dsouza, kallianpur

    Wed, Jul 17 2019

    Did anyone STOP beef in KERALA?

    Too much restriction is NOT good for the Public.

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  • Nitin B, Karkala

    Thu, Jul 18 2019

    @Alwyn. I fully agree with your statement "Too much restriction is NOT good for the Public. " I am a humanitarian (I eat humans for food), but there is a restriction on that and is against the law. :-)

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