Faridabad news: In Faridabad, Haryana, cow smugglers opened fire on cow guards and the crime branch team. The cow protector and the criminal police chased them so that the cow smugglers could not escape at a gallop. At the same time, a cow smuggler was arrested by the crime branch team. Five cows that had recovered from galloping were sent to the Gaushala in Faridabad.
Cow protector had received information from sources
At the same time, the police took the galloper and the defendant into custody and initiated further measures. Speaking on the matter, cow activist Anil Kaushik of Live for Nation said he had received information from his sources that a gallop loaded with cows was coming from Delhi towards Faridabad and would go to Badkhal via Surajkund. Based on this information, he along with the Sector 56 Criminal Investigation Department team blocked the roundabout.
Cow smugglers opened fire
The founder of Live for Nation organization said that along with his team, cow protectors like Team Sonu Bhiwadi, Pawan Bainsla, Team Shailendra, Team Sohna etc. formed the blockade. After this, around 4:30 am, a gallop was seen from Surajkund Road, he was given a signal to stop but he broke the blockade and started running away. Which was pursued by his team and the criminal investigation team. As they fled, the cow smugglers also shot at him and the criminal police.
A cow smuggler was arrested
Even after the shooting, he and the criminal investigation team did not stop pursuing her. The cow smugglers then ran away at a gallop from Neelam Bata Road. The gallop was rammed into AC Nagar. Due to the wall of the temple in front, the gallop could not be carried further and got stuck on the road. Thereupon about seven to eight cow smugglers, who were riding at a gallop, dismounted, started firing and fled. The criminal investigation team managed to arrest a cow smuggler.
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Five cows recovered from the gallop
According to the information, the gallop has currently been taken into custody by the police and the five cows recovered from the gallop have been left at the cowshed in Faridabad. At the same time, the police have registered a case against the accused cow smugglers at Kotwali police station and started further action.