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Sugandha Naikar | HENB | Mumbai | Oct 20, 2018:: On a tip off of local Hinduwadi Cow vigilantes group, Virar police on Tuesday rescued a cow and a bull that were sedated and being transported in a hatchback for slaughter in Mumbai. The cattle — a brown cow aged around nine years and a white bull aged around 10 — were kept on the rear seat with their limbs tied with ropes brutally. Slaughter of cow and bull and selling beef are banned in Maharashtra with its stringent anti-slaughter regulations under Maharashtra Animal Preservation (Amendment) Bill, 1995.
According to Mumbai police, the Red Santro (MH-01-V-9152) was intercepted near Khanivade toll plaza on the Mumbai-Ahmedabad highway by constable Kailash Narsale as it had tinted glasses (which is banned). When he looked inside, he saw a cow and a bull stuffed on the rear seat. Police suspect they may have been loaded into the car at Bhiwandi by pulling up the rear door and folding the seat. Three local Hinduwadi Cow vigilantes on two bikes followed the car from a distance and stopped the car tactfully near Khanivade toll plaza and raised an alarm.
Police immediately nabbed Irfan Sayed (33), a resident of Kalyan who was driving the car, and Murtuza Shah (20), a labourer from Bhiwandi area who was seated alongside him. The injured cattle have been sent to a nearby veterinary centre for custodial treatment.
On Wednesday. a local court denied the bails of the accused persons and asked the blue book of the car in which the cattle were being transported for slaughter as alleged.
Some local Muslims tried to make an unrest over the arrest of two Muslims from nearby localities, were strictly neutralized by the police efficiently.
The Beef Jihadis in Maharashtra have been trying to violate the provisions of anti-slaughter regulations enacted so far, but the agile cow vigilantes in the state are also trying to curb the menace of illegal slaughter and beef-sell including the animal cruelty and illegal transportations.