Mob assaults gau rakshak in Mumbai’s Nalasopara, 14 held


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Rajesh Pal, a gau rakshak, was attacked when he was out to rescue cattle in Nalasopara.

A mob within the Nalasoprara space of Mumbai attacked a gau rakshak when he was out to rescue cattle. The person has been recognized as Rajesh Pal, a resident of Nagindas Pada in Nalasopara. Rajesh has been working as an animal welfare officer for years. He’s additionally related to cow vigilante.

In response to stories, the mob comprising 200 individuals attacked Rajesh when he visited the Sopara village with police to rescue cattle. He suffered a number of fractures and accidents in the course of the assault. The incident had taken place on Sunday.

Rajesh had data that a couple of individuals have introduced a cow and a calf for slaughter. Rajesh subsequently knowledgeable the police. When the police visited the village, they could not discover something.

A number of hours later, Rajesh and the police once more visited the village and located a cow and a calf. In response to stories, Rajesh, who was on his bike, was attacked and threatened by the mob. Police rescued him and admitted to the hospital.

In the meantime, police have arrested 14 males in connecting with the case.

Earlier in April, two sadhus linked to the Juna Akhara and their driver have been lynched by a mob in Palghar district of Maharashtra. The incident triggered a nationwide outcry. The 2 ascetics have been recognized as Mahant Kalpavruksha Giri and Sushilgiri Maharaj. They have been murdered whereas travelling to Surat in a automotive to attend a funeral.

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