Several cows found dead near Bhopal; Reserved Stable Management – ​​Mysuru Today

Prime News, National (Bhopal), Jan 31:- In a shocking incident, a large number of cows were found dead in a barn in Berasia town near Bhopal in Madhya Pradesh on Sunday. Commenting on the deaths of the cows, an official said that the Subdivision Magistrate (SDM) of Berasia, about 45 kilometers from the state capital, obtained a registered FIR against the cowshed management on the directives from Bhopal District Collector, Avinash Lavania.

Lavania, who visited the barn earlier in the day, said in a statement that his management had been removed from his post and the general manager (CEO) of Janpad Panchayat had been appointed receiver, adding that an autopsy had was ordered to find out the cause of death of the cattle.

Lavania also ordered the Berasia SDM to take action against the barn manager for collecting the carcasses from one location and not performing the last rites as directed.

He asked the State Department of Animal Husbandry to perform a health check of all cows at these facilities across the district.

Digvijaya Singh alleges cow bone, leather trade

Meanwhile, Congressman Rajya Sabha Digvijaya Singh alleged that a trade in bones and cowhide was taking place at the barn, which he said was run by a female BJP leader. Singh said more than 500 cows were found dead at the facility and sought a cow slaughter case against its administrators. (MR, Inputs: Agencies).

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