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Not very far from Okhla, 2 ‘beef transporters’ forced to eat cow dung

Not very far from Okhla, two alleged beef transporters forced to eat cow dung in Haryana. A video also has been doing the round showing two men sitting on the road “injured” and eating cow dung concoction put in a packet.  

According to Indian Express report, a video has surfaced showing volunteers of the Gau Rakshak Dal forcing two men, who they suspected were beef transporters, to eat a concoction of cow dung, cow urine, milk, curd and ghee almost a fortnight ago. They two men Rizwan and Mukhtiar were caught after a group collected information that they were transporting “700 kg of beef from Mewat to Delhi” on the Kundli-Manesar-Palwal (KMP) Expressway on June 10.

 “We had to chase the car for 7 km before we finally managed to stop them near the Badarpur border. When we caught them, they had 700 kg of beef in their car. We made them eat the panchgavya to teach them a lesson, and also to purify them,” Yadav said.

He has no idea who shot the video.  However, the video doing the rounds and being shared by many on the social media shows that event. After forcing them to eat cow dung, they were later handed over to the Faridabad police.

The arrest of the two men has been confirmed by police.

Faridabad police PRO Sube Singh said, “Police have no information about any video of persons being forced to eat cow dung. We do not know where this happened, who are involved. This did not happen in police presence… If this video is genuine, this calls for a case.”

Sube Singh told IE: “It was on June 10 that Gau Raksha Dal members caught two persons, Rizwan and Mukhtiar, with 300 kg beef being carried in an Accent car bearing a Delhi registration number in the area under Sector 37 police station, Faridabad. The vehicle was coming from Ballabhgarh and going towards Delhi.”

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