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Police rescue more than 30 cattle from a house in Kundapur


Team Udayavani, Jun 28, 2021, 12:00 PM IST

Kundapur: Police officials on Sunday, June 27 rescued more than 30 cows that were put together in a violent manner in a house at Kudru, Gulvady gram panchayat.

The raid was conducted after receiving a tip-off from Hindu organizations. While 25 cows were taken by the police officers, 5 cows belonged to the locals.

The operation was led by Kundapur rural (Kandlur) station sub-inspector, Sudha Prabhu. Also, several Hindu activists and locals gathered at the spot.

Hindu organizations allege that the cows slaughtered there regularly and beef was sold.

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