Gau rakshaks in Gurgaon are applying for arms licenses refering to dangers from cow smugglers.
They say when they attempt to stop bovine dealers around evening time, they are assaulted with arms. The vigilantes assert that they have been let go upon ordinarily.
The leader of the Haryana Gau Rakshak bunch, Dharmendra Yadav, said that bovine bootleggers work in gatherings of no less than 10 and every one of them are generally outfitted. He said he has been a casualty of their assaults thrice and had before looked for police security.
A bovine vigilante, Vikrant Yadav, was killed in August 2013 purportedly by dairy animals dealers. Taking after his passing, furious villagers had stuck railroad tracks and smoldered vehicles in dissent.
In later occurrences, some bovine vigilantes were shot at in the Sohna and Pataudi zones.
Be that as it may, the dairy animals vigilante assemble additionally concede that specific rapscallions are conveying a terrible name to the whole group and concurred with Narendra Modi's comments, who had said that 70-80 for every penny of 'gau rakshaks' shroud their evil exercises in the clothing of cow security.
Reports have likewise surfaced of cow vigilantes in Gurgaon purportedly focusing on vagrants and meat dealers over suspicions hamburger utilization.
Gurgaon Police Commissioner Sandeep Khirwar has said that no individual can be conceded an arms permit on the affection of shielding themselves from dairy animals bootleggers.
He said that a man applying for an arms permit is asked to figure out if he or she will have the capacity to keep the abuse of the arm, other than different elements.
Mr Yadav had connected for the permit around a year back, yet is to get it. He has likewise composed to Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar for help.