Kundapur: Cattle trafficking - 52 buffaloes, two vehicles seized, four arrested

Daijiworld Media Network - Kundapur (SP)

Kundapur, Sep 15: A team of police personnel attached to Amasebail station in the taluk conducted a raid near Hosangady check post on Tuesday September 15 and found that buffaloes were being transported illegally without any records.

The police arrested the accused, identified as Mehboob (27) from Harihar taluk, Davanagere district, Bapu Saheb (46), from Bailahongal taluk, Belagavi district, Imran (29) from Chikkanahalli in Davanagere district and Asif (23) from Bailaihongal, Belagavi district.

Two lorries, one containing 24 buffaloes and another with 28 buffaloes, which were stuffed in an inhumane manner, were taken into custody by the police.

Case under sections 5, 8 and 11 of Prevention of Cow Slaugher Act and certain sections of the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act was registered.

The accused will be produced in the court later in the day.


Comment on this article

  • Rupert, Mudigere

    Wed, Sep 16 2020

    So painful to see those animals treated so badly.Those people are so hard heartened not to have an idea of pain those animals are going thru.I request that those rascals/thieves be mercilessly beaten up and given some painful punishment.

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  • Charles D'Mello, Pangala

    Tue, Sep 15 2020

    I still wonder how the cattle reach the beef exporting companies....!!!!????

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  • Anthony, Mangalore

    Tue, Sep 15 2020

    Real Cow Boys.

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  • Amaze, Karkala

    Tue, Sep 15 2020

    Why always transportation gets stopped in twin districts only ? It passes through so many districts without any hassles though.

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  • Shashi Shetty, Santhoor

    Tue, Sep 15 2020

    There is something called Purchase bill from the owner of the animals, taking panchayat permission to transport with the purpose is a must. even when we farmers buy cows for milking purpose we take panchayat permission and transport the animal in a proper manner even between taluks these days.

    why can't these people do the same ? how to differentiate between steals animals and the legally purchased animals transported without documents ? Process may be long but, it is safe isn't it ?

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  • Flavian, Mangaluru/Kuwait

    Tue, Sep 15 2020

    For export or domestic consumption ?
    Buffalo meat !
    Is that called Beef ?
    When these guys will learn ? Stealing and illegally transporting cattle .

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    Tue, Sep 15 2020

    They wont learn until they get tied in the same manner and make them travel hundreds of kilometers

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  • John Tauro, M'luru

    Tue, Sep 15 2020

    Buffalo meat exported from India is available in Kuwait. Frozen packets are labeled as boneless meat, reddish in colour, cheaper than mutton and beef, mostly served in Mallu restaurants as beef chilly, widely eaten by Rajasthani and Bihari dhobis and mochis and Egyptians.

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  • Rita, Germany

    Wed, Sep 16 2020

    John Tauro, mangalore,I think it was not needed to explain explicit about this.Found bit insensitive about sentiments of some vegetarians and who worship cattle.

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