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Bantwal: Police bust cow slaughterhouse


Team Udayavani, May 22, 2020, 7:41 PM IST

Bantwal: Vittal police station personnel on Thursday, May 21 busted a slaughterhouse at Salethur in the taluk here rescuing about eight cows and hundreds of cow skins.

The police were lead to the slaughterhouse by a person Mohammed Harees who was recently arrested for cattle robbery.

During interrogation, Harees revealed the details and location of the slaughter in Salethur. Later, the police raided the spot.

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