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Mumbai: Maharashtra Meeting Speaker Rahul Narvekar on Tuesday stated he has requested the state police to maintain a strict vigil on the borders and seal them in order that there isn’t a motion of cattle from neighboring states and there’s no assault on ‘gau rakshaks’. Narvekar additionally knowledgeable that he has requested the police to type groups to go to and patrol the delicate locations. The Speaker stated that he had held a gathering with the Extra Director Basic of Police (Legislation and Order) and the Superintendent of Police, Nanded, relating to the apprehensions of organizations and NGOs that ‘mass cattle slaughter’ would possibly happen throughout the upcoming Bakrid. He stated, ‘That’s why precautionary steps needs to be taken. Steps must also be taken relating to the violence in Nanded and different locations.
Narvekar stated, “We have now requested them (police) to maintain a strict vigil and type groups to go to and patrol delicate areas. It has additionally been directed to seal the borders in order that cattle can’t be moved between states. It has additionally been requested to make sure that there isn’t a assault on these cow protectors.
Considerably, a 32-year-old man was allegedly overwhelmed to loss of life by a bunch of ‘cow protectors’ in Maharashtra’s Nashik district on Saturday on suspicion of carrying beef. A number of days again, one other such incident happened in Nashik. The Congress had on Monday criticized the Eknath Shinde authorities for the incident that happened in Nashik on Saturday.