At Least four people have been detained by the police officials for brutally attacking and carrying trucks full of cows near Barmer in Rajasthan as Tamil Nadu officials stated that they are afraid to travel across Rajasthan and other states.
On Sunday, nearly 50 people stopped five trucks of cows on doubt that they were being exported but police stated that the animals had been officially procured by the Tamil Nadu government under a plan to guard them.
“During the attack, we felt that the mob could do anything. Before reaching Tamil Nadu, we have to cross various states and we are not in a position to take any risks,” R Arvind, a veterinary doctor stated.
After the attack, the officials are planning a new way and new means of transportation.
Rajasthan is one of a few states where vigilante bunches guaranteeing to be working for the assurance of dairy animals have assaulted individuals shipping cows, frequently charging the creatures were being taken for butcher. On April 1, steers dealer Pehlu Khan was attacked by comparative vigilantes, who left him with wounds that asserted his life two days after the fact.
Barmer Police have said they will give sufficient security to the authorities. On the whole, eight individuals have been captured and accused of causing brutality, harm to open property and for blocking government authorities from releasing of obligation. Seven cops, including a station house officer, have additionally been evacuated for “not considering the matter important and arriving late at the scene”.
The Tamil Nadu authorities said before they could comprehend anything, the swarm began pelting stones at them and began assaulting the drivers and other staff, including that they additionally set aflame to a truck brimming with dairy animals. Police said the authorities had legitimate reports from the Jaisalmer creature farming office and sub-divisional justice (SDM) for transportation of bovines from Jaisalmer to Tamilnadu.
Barmer Police have moved the bovines to a cow shield home in Barmer city till the authorities of Tamilnadu creature farming division orchestrate new methods for transportation.
Barmer director of police Gagandeep Singla said that they would give police insurance to them when they move from the area under their ward and would educate the specialists of close-by areas.