#Cow vigilantism

Supreme Court of India asks Centre, states not to protect any kind of vigilantism

, New Delhi, Jul 21
A bench headed by Justice Dipak Misra was informed by the Centre that law and order is a state subject but it does not support any kind of vigilantism in the country. dh file photo
A bench headed by Justice Dipak Misra was informed by the Centre that law and order is a state subject but it does not support any kind of vigilantism in the country.
The Supreme Court today asked the Centre and the states not to protect any kind of vigilantism and sought their response on violent incidents of cow vigilantism.

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Trail of blood: Complete timeline of cow vigilante violence in last 2 years

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The Gujarat state of Indian assembly has just passed a bill which enhances the punishment for Cow slaughter to Life Term in Prison.So now the cows in India have officially more dignity than a Woman in India.A woman in India can be abused, molested, raped and murdered and the chances of getting away with it are pretty high.Meanwhile if you slaughter a cow, you would be behind bars for the rest of the life.I hope the Women in India must be mighty pleased for selecting this Government.Congratulations to all those Indian Women who have aspired for this vision of New India.
Disclaimer: For those who love this idea of New India ... well, Moo You !Trail of blood: Complete timeline of cow vigilante violence in last 2 years https://t.co/7M5gVwPYxI via @CatchNews
Cow vigilantism has reared its ugly head ever since Narendra Modi came to power in May 2014. From Mohammad Akhlaq in Dadri to Majloom Ansari and Imtiyaz Khan in Latehar and most recently, Pehlu Khan in Alwar – several people have been killed by vigilantes in the name of cow protection.

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