Mumbai Vendor Stabs Cow for Gulping Down Papaya from His Fruit Cart, Arrested

A fruit vendor from Navi Mumbai was arrested for stabbing a cow immediately after the animal gulped down a papaya from his cart at at Murud in Raigad earlier this week.

Taufiq Bashir Mujawar, 35, was arrested and produced in the magistrate’s court docket on Wednesday.

Following the cow gulped down the papaya, Mujawar stabbed the cow in its leg and stomach. The cow was presented injections to halt the bleeding and was bandaged up to stop more an infection.

A couple of days in the past, a middle-aged man was allegedly beaten to death by four persons in Alwar district of Rajasthan, police reported. It reported some villagers claimed that Deen Mohammad, aged around 50, was attacked following he was caught whilst sneaking into a dwelling on Saturday night to “steal a cow”, but the initial investigation does not corroborate it.

Some of the villagers alleged that he was trying to steal a cow from the home. A circumstance in opposition to four persons has been registered for the murder and the matter is under investigation, SHO of Harsora police station, Bhiwadi, Satyanarayan, said. The SHO stated that the sufferer used to glimpse following a farm in the village the place the incident happened.

Cattle slaughter is also unlawful in quite a few states like Karnataka.

The Karnataka Prevention of Slaughter and Preservation of Cattle Ordinance, 2020 came into force from January 18 after Governor Vajubahi Rudabhai Vala’s acceptance.

The Karnataka Prevention of Slaughter and Preservation of Cattle Act, 2020, which envisages a ban on all kinds of cattle slaughter and stringent punishment for offenders, is a revised variation of a Bill that was passed in 2010 when the BJP was in electric power.

On a various notice, a disabled cow obtained a new lease of daily life after a group of physicians from a hospital here equipped an artificial leg, supporting it to stroll adequately.

A group led by Dr Salil Jain, head of prosthetics and orthotics division at Sancheti Clinic, designed the synthetic leg and gifted it to the cow from a shelter household on Pune Solapur highway.