Yogi seeking action to caught Cow Slaughters, but not men killers
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Yogi seeking action to caught Cow Slaughters, but not men killers

What a time to be alive in India. An incident happened in its most populated state where a policeman and a civilian died in violence and its Chief Minister is asking for an investigation into cow slaughter case.

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister and Head of Hindu Yuva Vahini (more appropriately) Yogi Adityanath asked top police officials to investigate into the cow slaughter case. The same case which triggered a huge violence in UP state.
 
Yogi met with DGP, Home Secretary and some other high-end officials of the state to discuss the issue of Cow Slaughter. Yogi rebuked DC and SP of districts that it was their Govt which bring the law of Cow Slaughter ban and it's their duty to enforce the law properly.

Yogi announced a sum of Ten lakhs to the family of the dead, A youth named Sumit Kumar and a Police Inspector Subodh Kumar Singh.

Yogi’s Statement came for the slaughter of Cow and not for the death of two personnel- a civilian and a police inspector (Not a holy cow)
 

UP DGP O P Singh: The incident in #Bulandshahr is a big conspiracy. This is not only a law and order issue, how did the cattle carcass reach there? Who brought it, why & under what circumstances? pic.twitter.com/Zs2YQZw4br

— ANI UP (@ANINewsUP) December 5, 2018
 
The main accused in the violence is a Bajrang Dal chief named Yogesh Raj. Apparently, he is not arrested yet by the police. The Police, however, have arrested three other people and detained four in the connection.
The news agency quoted BJP supremo saying that the matter should not be politicized.

BJP President Amit Shah on #Bulandshahr violence: It is an unfortunate incident, an SIT has been formed and they are investigating. It shouldn’t be politicized, everything will become clear when the SIT files its report. pic.twitter.com/w9fsg96EOA

— ANI UP (@ANINewsUP) December 5, 2018
 

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