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36 cows found dead in Delhi’s cow shelter

By Lawstreet News Network      Jul 27, 2018      0 Comments      1,090 Views

On July 27, 2018, at about 12.10 PM, a PCR call was received at Police Station Chhawla vide DD No.25-A that 36 cows have died at Gaushala, Village Ghumanhera, PS Chhawla, New Delhi. The said Gaushala is being run by Acharya Sushil Gosadan Trust at village Ghumanhera, PS Chhawla. This gaushala is situated in the 20 acres of land and was allotted in the year 1995 in which about 20 labours are working, reportedly said by police.

On receipt of PCR call, local police visited the said gaushala and it came to the notice that there are about 1400 cows sheltered in the gaushala, out of which 36 cows were found dead.

As per the procedure, a letter was sent to Kuldeep Singh Gangar, Special Development Commissioner, vide No.8347/AC-IV/SO/DCP/Dwarka for the constitution of a team of veterinary doctors for inspection of the spot and further postmortem to establish the cause of death.

A team of veterinary doctor namely Dr. Ghanshyam Bhatti, Dr. Sunil, Dr. Rahul Rana, Dr. J. Balamurgan, Dr. Vijay Dagar and Dr. Sanjeet arrived from Veterinary Hospital, Kakrola, Goyla Dairy, Najafgarh, Dichaun Kalan, Chhawla and Nangli Dairy are conducting an inquiry into the cause of death.

Once their report is submitted further legal action in accordance with the prevalent laws will be taken if any case is made out.



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