Police make first arrest under new anti-cow slaughter law in Sringeri


Team Udayavani, Jan 14, 2021, 11:14 AM IST

Bengaluru: Karnataka Police on Wednesday made the first arrest under the recently enacted Karnataka Prevention of Slaughter and Preservation of Cattle Act, 2020  in Sringeri, Chikkamagaluru district

An FIR was filed against Abhidali, who was travelling from Davangere to Mangaluru via Sringeri. “A group of unidentified persons attacked the driver of the vehicle transporting the animals. While the cleaner managed to flee the spot. The driver who was attacked by the miscreants is currently undergoing treatment at a local hospital,” Police officer told ANI.

As reported by News Minute, The complaint copy also states that another truck with around 15 cows was accompanying the one driven by Abhidali. When they were stopped on the side of the road by a group of four people, the driver and cleaner in the other truck ran away.

Abhidali and the absconding driver and cleaner duo were charged under the new anti-cow slaughter law in two separate cases.  A third FIR was registered against the unknown persons who stopped the vehicles transporting cows and attacked the drivers.

A case was registered in Sringeri police station of Chikkamagalur district.

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