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Telangana bans transport, slaughter of camels

The Commissioner said people could report any violations or Dial 100 or WhatsApp number 9490617444. The complainant’s identity will be kept confidential.



Telangana CM KC Rao

Hyderabad, July 22 : Ahead of Eid-ul-Adha, the festival of sacrifice, the Telangana government, here on Wednesday, said transportation and slaughter of camels was a criminal offence and those indulging in it would be prosecuted and punished.

The Veterinary and Animal Husbandry Department said as per the Rajasthan Camel (Prohibition of slaughter and regulation of temporary migration or export) Act, 2015, no camel could be transported to Telangana for any purpose, including slaughter.

According to the department, the high court in its interim order in a public interest litigation said camels shouldn’t be slaughtered as that was inhumane, unconstitutional and would be treated as a criminal offence.

Meanwhile, the Cyberabad Police have also said stringent action will be taken against transport and slaughter of camels. The police had been put on high alert to check that, said Cyberabad Police Commissioner V. C. Sajjanar.

“The general public is hereby informed not to engage in transportation of camels, illegal slaughtering of camels and sale of camel meat in Cyberabad limits,” it said.

“Any contravention of the above is publishable as per the provisions of the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act, 1960, the GHMC Act, 1955 and under section 429 of the Indian penal code, which attracts imprisonment of up to 5 years or fine or both,” he said.

The Commissioner said people could report any violations or Dial 100 or WhatsApp number 9490617444. The complainant’s identity will be kept confidential.

Last week, the Telangana High Court had asked the state government to spread the message that it was illegal to eat camel meat and also prosecute those who were found slaughtering the animal.

The court passed the interim orders on a PIL filed by Shashikala Kopanati of Earth Quotient, an NGO, seeking court’s directions to ensure strict compliance of the Provisions of Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act, 1960 and other laws, including the Rajasthan Camel Prohibition of Slaughter and Regulation of Temporary Migration or Export Act, 2015.

The court also asked the government to file a report on July 29, detailing the action taken to check illegal transport of camels.


DJ Halli violence: CSOs appeal Bengaluru police to widen probe

The Bengaluru City police are probing the incident and the violence that took place then at the streets of East Bengaluru on August 11, in which four were killed during police firing and several were injured.




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Bangalore: Alleging inaction by Facebook and the City Police, a fact-finding committee formed by several Bengaluru based civil society organisations (CSOs) appealed to the Bengaluru City Police to widen the scope of investigation against the alleged Facebook post believed to have led to the same.

The Bengaluru City police are probing the incident and the violence that took place then at the streets of East Bengaluru on August 11, in which four were killed during police firing and several were injured.

“The intelligence failure to predict and prevent the violence must be investigated,” the committee has strongly demanded in its report on the violence that ensued on the night of August 11th, 2020 titled ‘Communalising Violence in DJ Halli’.

“This report brings out several truths. This report is not the end, on its authority, we must inquire into the truth and find out who is behind the violence, and who all failed to act. There are people who profit from the riot as well. We must find out those who are responsible. We must further tolerance,” said (Retd.) Justice H.N. Nagmohan Das.

Adding to this, senior journalist Indudhara Honnapura said, “There was an opportunity to stop this, but Police failed to do so. Everyone, including the police, knew this is a sensitive area. There are many good officers, but I do not understand why they did not send sufficient police force to control the incident. Why didn’t the government provide information to the police?”

“Facebook has failed to act against Naveen’s post which amounts to hate speech. Besides the local police too showed laxity in handling the situation as a result of this, situation went out of their (Police) control,” the report alleged.

The committee further stated that there was an intelligence failure in the state machinery’s reaction to the incident, the police were responsible for a delayed response in registering the FIR against Naveen, which resulted in a discontent crowd swelling at the stations.

Denying allegations that the mob was communal or political in nature, the team comprising CSOs claimed that lack of substantial evidence to suggest that the mob violence was communal in nature, in that it specifically targeted the Hindu community or that it was premeditated and pre-planned.

“This is a local and spontaneous incident that has been taken advantage of by different political parties for immediate political gains which included the upcoming corporator elections in the state,” the committee observed.

“The police have carried out several arbitrary arrests in the middle of the night, which has created an atmosphere of fear in the areas. The families of those arrested have not been informed of the arrest or whereabouts of their loved ones,” the report stated.

The committee claimed that a larger agenda of total criminalisation and demonisation of the entire community has also been noted.

Besides this, the report also came down heavily on the several sections of media which have misportrayed the incident in a communal light by spinning conspiracy theories and targeting the Muslim community.

The fact-finding committee claimed that it inferred several facts on the incident, after a thorough inquiry into the incident, documenting several testimonies, and gathering evidence from all those involved across the spectrum.

Key findings by the committee:

1.) The Facebook post uploaded by accused P. Naveen, nephew of Pulkeshi Nagar MLA Akhanda Srinivas Murthy crosses the constitutional protection encompassing free-speech, and amounts to hate speech against the Muslim community, the committee noted.

2.) Further, it accused the police and the media of not sufficiently probing the intent and motive behind the post but focussing on the violence that followed the same instead.

3.) The mob violence appears to be not directed by any visible leadership. However, the role of the mob in attacking Devarajeevanahalli (D. J. Halli) and Kadugodanahalli (K. G. Halli) police stations and MLA Murthy’s residence in Kaval Byrasandra destroying public and private property is undeniable and unjustifiable.

Alleging police inaction, the committee observed that the cops failed to act swiftly and effectively on the post when small delegations approached the police station and to intervene in effective ways to prevent the violence from escalating in the areas.

The report added that the perceived delay in lodging the FIR, and the failure to assure firm legal action and the perception that this was due to the MLA’s intervention cannot be ignored.

The imposition of prohibitory orders under Section 144 (of the Code of Criminal Procedure) has been termed a ubiquitous punishment to those in the areas, who allegedly met with verbal and physical abuse when they attempted to leave their homes.

The fact-finding team was comprised former chairperson of the Karnataka State Commission for Protection of Child Rights Nina Nayak, independent journalist Cynthia Stephen and 21 others including lawyers, civic activists, representatives of various CSOs and policy researchers a” has urged the state government to form peace committees including all communities to restore peace in the areas.

Earlier about two weeks ago another fact finding report was submitted by ‘Citizens for Democracy’, a platform of responsible citizens – which reportedly has a backing of the Rashtriya Swayam Sevak Sangh claims to be committed to democratic values, safety and security of the citizens of India – had termed that the riots were pre-planned and organised and it was undoubtedly communally motivated.

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Hindu Yuva Vahini leader murdered in Uttar Pradesh

A Hindu Yuva Vahini leader was found dead with stab wounds near his own hospital in Bareilly





A Hindu Yuva Vahini leader was found dead with stab wounds near his own hospital in Bareilly.

Bareilly Senior Police Superintendent (SSP), Rohit Singh Sajwan, said, “The body of Sanjay Singh, 37, was found near his hospital in Dunka locality under the Shahi police station area on Thursday evening. The body had multiple stab wounds that could have led to his death. We have sent the body for the post-mortem examination and lodged a murder case against unknown people.”

Sajwan said five hospital staff members have been detained and were being questioned. Police were also scanning CCTV footage from the murder scene.

Dinesh Singh, a relative of Sanjay Singh, said the latter was very active in Hindu Yuva Vahini activities and had several political rivals in the area. “I think his rivals are behind this incident,” Singh said.

Singh was Bareilly district vice president of the Hindu Yuva Vahini, which Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath had founded in 2002.

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Uttar Pradesh: Woman kills daughter, commits suicide




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Banda (Uttar Pradesh), Sep 17 : A 28-year-old woman committed suicide after killing her two-year-old daughter in Banda district’s Chilla locality, police said.

According to the police, Rajni first killed her daughter Shalini and then committed suicide by hanging herself from the ceiling fan.

The incident took place late on Tuesday night.

The villagers told the police that her husband Shivdas had married another woman, which often led to a dispute between the couple.

The police said that Rajni killed her daughter and then ended her life when her husband had gone out to work.

Kotwali police station in-charge, Ramshray Singh, said investigations are underway into the incident. He said that after getting the autopsy report, the details of the death would be known.

“We have taken the woman’s husband into custody and are questioning him to ascertain the exact reasons that prompted his wife to resort to the extreme step,” he added.

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