win Leading News Service: Umdi police have stopped the tempo going to the slaughter house by torturing the animals. The police have succeeded in rescuing 29 of them. In this case, the Umdi police have registered a case against the four under the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act, 1990. When two of them were arrested and produced before the court, the court gave them two days of police custody.
In case of illegal and unlicensed transportation of animals, Vilas Sampattha Javire (age 32), Pappu Hanmant Javire (age 23) both (Rest. Lonar, Dist. Mangalvedha Dist. Solapur) Driver Sameer Saipansaab Sheikh (age 22, Res. Khatijapur Dist. Nagthan Dist.) .Bijapur) and another businessman named Akaram have registered a case against four suspects.
More information about this, two pickups carrying 29 small and big animals from Jat taluka to the slaughterhouse were spotted on the Sonyal to Ankalgi road. At this time, when the police made further inquiries (MH 11 BL 7228), there were 4 buffaloes and 25 Jersey cow calves, making a total of 29 animals in this pickup. Animals These animals were kept densely in inadequate space by the suspected accused without permission and illegally. They were not even given food and fodder. The police noticed that the animals were being treated cruelly. It is clear from the police that the accused has said that these animals will be taken to the slaughterhouse in the vehicle. 8 lakh 62 thousand worth of property including the vehicle has been seized by the police. Mahesh Rudrappa Swamy has lodged a complaint with Umdi Police in this regard. The police are investigating the incident further.
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