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Illegal slaughterhouse raided in Shirva

Published On : 02 Apr 2017   |  Reported By : Canaranews Network


Udupi: Shirva police raided an illegal slaughterhouse located behind a house near the mosque. They took two persons into custody after finding that cows were being slaughtered there for selling beef.

The arrested persons are Hussain (30), native of Megaravalli near Thierthalli and currently residing near Balapu, and Nissar Ahmed (28) from Belapu village. The raid was conducted after the police were alerted about the illegal slaughter of a cow behind the house of Hussain near the mosque.

The police found about 200 kg beef packed in a plastic bag, a pregnant cow with its stomach having been split horizontally, a hatchet, weighing scale, chair and other equipment found at the spot. All these items were confiscated.

Two other accused fled from the spot. Police are looking for four persons accused of running this slaughterhouse including the two who escaped from the scene.







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