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Angry Villagers set Truck on Fire in Mathura after they saw Cow’s blood spilling out of it

The blockade was lifted when police ensured the villagers that the culprits will be punished according to National Security Act

  • A truck carrying bovines overturned, killing 11 cows and injuring around 12
  • Villagers set the truck on fire in a fit of rage as Cow is considered sacred in Hinduism
  • A total of 30 cows were found dead in the truck

It has been nine months since Dadri mob lynching Mohammad Akhlaq was killed only on doubt of consuming cow’s meat (beef). There has been several incidents which highlights rise in Intolerance in India. There were several incidents of violence in past years on name of religion.

These incidents of violence are not new when it comes to religion. Recently, a truck was set ablaze on fire by people. It all started when villagers of Chaumuhan area in Mathura in Uttar Pradesh saw blood dripping from the truck. They stopped the truck and removed the plastic cover. They were shocked that the truck was carrying dead bodies of around thirty cows.

“A total of 30 cows were found dead in the truck,” SDM Chatta, Vishwa Bhusan Mishra quoted Zee news.

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According to Zee News report, the villagers set the truck on fire in a fit of rage as Cow is considered sacred in Hinduism. After that they started protesting and demanded arrest of culprits and blocked National Highway 2. After that Deputy SP Chatta, Peeyush Kumar, Dy SP Mathura, Chakrapani Tripathi along with Mishra went to the spot immediately accompanied with heavy police force.

Violence in Mathura. Image source: PTI
Violence in Mathura. Image source: PTI

The blockade was lifted when police ensured the villagers that the culprits will be punished according to National Security Act.

On June 2 2016, a similar kind of incident took place when a truck carrying bovines overturned, killing 11 cows and injuring around 12. The truck was coming from Agra and when villagers saw that the cows are killed, they set the truck on fire.

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The villagers also set fire on two wheelers and four wheelers in that area. The truck driver and other flee from the spot. Police has a doubt that they all were smugglers and is carrying on the probe.

Cow slaughter (Source: Wikimedia Commons)
Cow slaughter (Source: Wikimedia Commons)

Last year UP’s district Mainpuri countered the same problem on rumors of cow slaughter in that area. Villagers set the nearby vehicles on fire and threw stones on both of them. After that ADG confirmed that there was no signs of cow slaughter.

“No injury or cut marks were found on the carcass. The two men who were ferrying the dead cow have been booked under the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act nonetheless and further probes are on.” ADG Daljit Singh quoted Times of India.

-This report is compiled by a staff-writer at NewsGram.

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