Aurangabad: 180 animals kept for smuggling recovered in police raid, smugglers absconding


A state in Eastern India: In Habaspur village of Barun police station area of ​​Aurangabad, along with the team of Gau Gyan Foundation, the police of Barun police station raided and recovered more than 150 animals. These include cow, buffalo, calf, padi, bull. According to information, Gau Gyan Foundation received information that a large network of cow smuggling is going on in Habaspur village. From here the animals are sent to Bengal and Bangladesh by filling them in containers. On information, the team of the Foundation reached the village and did Reiki. Then informed the police.

Gaushala owner absconding

On Wednesday night, the police of Barun police station reached with the members of the foundation and started raiding. Dozens of animals were kept in a large cow shed near the house of a person named Moti Singh. There, along with the sheds, big nads were also made. There was a stampede with the police raid. The person who owns the cowshed, ran away. All the men in his house ran away fearing the police. Only women survived in the house. The great thing is that from 12 midnight till late evening on Thursday, the police along with the team members were present in the village. The process of sending the recovered animals to Devkund and Gaya Gaushala was going on.

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animals were being sent by truck

animal smugglimg to bengal It was learned that 30 animals were sent to a gaushala in Gaya, while some animals were sent to Devkund. Due to the space to keep about 15 animals in a truck, the animals were being sent to the gaushala at an interval of hours. During this Vishwa Hindu Parishad’s cow protection chief Jaynandan Pandey, harmony chief Ranjit Kumar, chief Sujit Kumar Singh, Vikash alias Barud, Shashank Shekhar etc were present. Here, Arlata Devi of Gau Gyan Foundation told that about 180 animals have been recovered. He has given an application to the Barun police station to register an FIR.

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