Two arrested in Goa for killing cow

Panaji, Mar 13 (IANS): Two persons were arrested in North Goa for allegedly killing a cow and stealing a calf, police said on Sunday.

Deputy Superintendent of Police Jivba Dalvi said that Rajendra Morajkar from Siolim in North Goa complained that his cow and a calf, which were tied in a field for grazing, had gone missing.

A police team investigated the matter and arrested the accused, identified as Athanas Rafel Lakda, 30, native of Chhattigarh's Raigarh, and Manbahal Johan Ekka, 20, from the same state's Chikatwani.

"During the investigation, CCTV footage was examined and the accused persons were noticed during the commission of crime. Both accused admitted to the crime," he said.

He said that during the investigation, police found a carcass of a cow which was sent for post-mortem examination.

He said that the chopper used in killing the animal was seized a case under various sections of the Indian Penal Code and the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act was registered.



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  • Eustace, Mumbai

    Tue, Mar 14 2023

    Why the cow was killed by these guys. The meat was edible?

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  • Saif, INDIA

    Tue, Mar 14 2023

    Hmmm, the names are Lakda & Ekka... that's why no comments on this post... what a double faced public we have in India.. if it was from minority then randy rona shuru ho jaata... LOL

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