A case of cow slaughter has been registered against former Haryana minister and Congress leader Nirmal Singh in Saharanpur, Uttar Pradesh. A case has been registered against Nirmal Singh at Behat Kotwali police station for shooting a cow. This incident happened 3 days ago, after which Hindu organizations started protesting. The police have registered a case on the basis of the nominated Tahrir given by the victim.
‘Dainik Jagran’ According to the news, This case is on the evening of Thursday (November 11, 2020). The police were immediately informed of the incident. Police visited the scene the next morning of the incident. However, at that time the police had said that the incident is of Haryana area and a case cannot be filed. After this, Hindu organizations took the matter to Morcha Sambhala and CM Yogi Adityanath.
On Saturday, Bajrang Dal and Vishwa Hindu Parishad activists reached Kotwali with the victim and raised a demand to register a case of cow slaughter by giving Tahrir. They allege that the police refused to register the case, terming it a case of Haryana area, after which Hindu organizations and the victim had to return. But, activists continued to protest through social media and on the ground and put pressure on the police.
This farm house of former minister Nirmal Singh is disputed. The innocent girl was murdered two years ago after the rape. Three years ago, an FIR was filed against 11 including former minister in a sand mining dispute with the Yamuna river. Overall, illegal activities take place here. # Saharanpur #Up
– Sachin Gupta | Sachin Gupta (@ sachingupta787) November 15, 2020
Now there is a doubt in this case that the police will send the case to Haryana or action will be taken in UP itself. The victim side has told the police that Nirmal Singh has a horse farm house, which is located on the Haryana-UP border. It is alleged that on the day of the incident, three cows went to Yamuna’s farm house to drink water. Nirmal Singh was present at that time. It is alleged that he killed a cow, while 2 are still missing.
Journalist Sachin Gupta has written that this farm house of former minister Nirmal Singh is disputed. The innocent girl was murdered two years ago after the rape. Three years ago, an FIR was filed against 11 including former minister in a sand mining dispute with the Yamuna river. Overall, there have been allegations of illegal activities here. In some reports, it is also being said that the condition of two cows is serious and they are also shot.
It is to be known that earlier the accused of cow slaughter used to get bail due to the provision of punishment for imprisonment of 7 years. Keeping this in mind, the punishment for June 2020 was reduced to a maximum of 10 years. By amending the law, the fine imposed on cow slaughter also increased from Rs. 3 lakh to Rs. 5 lakh. Has been done. In Uttar Pradesh, whoever indulges in cow slaughter or gotkari, photos of him will also be publicly pasted.