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Mob tries to set afire house in Kandhla, Muzaffarnagar for alleged cow slaughter
Sunday July 31, 2016 11:16 AM, Agencies


Tension prevailed in Kandhla village here after a mob attacked a house where an alleged cow slaughter took place with police booking four members of the family on the charge, according to PTI.

The trouble started when irate locals last evening gathered outside Zishan Qureshi's house accusing him and his family members of cow slaughter, they said.

The mob damaged Qureshi's house and tried to set it on fire but police reached the spot and brought the situation under control, police said.

When the mob gathered outside the house, Qureshi along with his wife Shenaz and two others Saddam and Mota escaped from the spot, they said.

A case has been lodged against the family members for alleged cow slaughter, police said.

Heavy police force has been deployed in the village as tension prevailed there, they added.

India has recently seen frequent violence against Dalits and Muslims in the name of alleged cow slaughter.

A recent attack on Dalits after some youths were skinning a dead cow has resulted in wide spread anger and protest across India.


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