Send Indian Army to Karnataka to Protect Cows – Sharan Pumpwell
Mangaluru: In Karnataka, cow trafficking and illegal cow slaughtering are increasing every day. According to the criminal procedure code, 43 CrPC says that the public has the right to stop illegal slaughtering and trafficking of cows.
He said that the details of the Ministry of Home Affairs’ Circular No. 24013/50/Misc./2016-CSR.III dated August 9, 2016, sent to the state government on the subject, “Advisory on untoward incidents in the country on cattle in the disturbance of law and order by miscreants in the name of protection of cow” has come to the public light and that, the cow protection groups will not have any rights to stop the illegal activities.
Sharan in his letter to Prime minister Narendra Modi, said, “Cow vigilantes seek PM Modi’s action to stop Cow Slaughter in India and the inclusion of CrPC 43 in the advisory circular. The present circular which was issued on August 9, has also created confusion among the people and the cow protectors feel that in the coming days there will be cruelty and illegal cow slaughtering. To avoid this, we need more and more police force. In the state, there is a lack of police and it is very difficult for them to control such illegal activities. The central government should take responsibility of protecting cows and send the Indian army to Karnataka to protect the “Gaumatha”.
Sharan Pumpwell has also mentioned in the letter to Modi to take such strict and meaningful measures to protect the cow progeny. The prime minister should take the responsibility so that in Karnataka, not a single cow will be killed and there will be no cruelty so that the sentiments of the Hindus will not be hurt.
According to the article 51A(G), everyone has the responsibility to show concern towards animals. According to article 51, it is the duty of every citizen to protect animals, if an animal is being killed, how to protect that animal? If anyone protects animals when they are being tortured or killed, is it called taking the law into their hands? Sharan asked for clarification through the letter with the PM.