7 booked in 1st case under UP’s amended cow protection law | India News

LUCKNOW: Barabanki district of Uttar Pradesh became the first in the state to register a case under the recently amended act for prevention of cow slaughter after police nabbed seven persons and recovered four quintal of beef from their possession on Saturday.
SP, Barabanki, Arvind Charurvedi said that an intensive night surveillance has been started to nab habitual offenders of cow slaughter in the district. He said that the NSA will be invoked against all the seven arrested persons. The SP further said that following the state government’s directives “a database of habitual offenders (accused in cow slaughter cases) has been prepared and, so far, 50 persons have been included in it”. He said that the police has also set up teams for surveillance of ‘dark spots’ where incidents of cow slaughter are common.
Explaining the modus operandi, the officer said that during the daytime miscreants spotted the cows which are not part of any herd. Then they took the cattle to a semi-forest area and in the night services of butchers were taken to do the job. Later, a convoy of about three vehicles was engaged in transporting the meat. While the meat was loaded in a vehicle other vehicles provided backup to the main vehicle.



[Source :Times of India]

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