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Beniwal said police had identified four or five suspects and expected to make arrests later on Saturday. Rights groups and Muslims say government officials, including Modi, have been slow to condemn the attacks and that police action against perpetrators has been inadequate.
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Pehlu Khan, another cattle farmer, was lynched by a mob as he rode home from a market with two cows and two calves in the back of his truck in the same district in April The incident prompted concerns that under Modi, pro-Hindu fringe groups such as the cow vigilantes were operating as private militias and fearlessly flouting the law. Topics India.
Reuse this content. Authorities in Agar Malwa district of Madhya Pradesh have booked two men under the National Security Act NSA for alleged illegal transportation of cattle and disruption of public peace, a police official said on Friday.
The incident comes close on the heels of the Kamal Nath-led government invoking the stringent NSA against three persons accused of cow slaughter in Khandwa district. According to police, Agar Malwa town had witnessed tension on January 29 in the bus stand area when the two accused were carrying cows in their vehicles. People had protested against them, after which the market was shut.
The duo was later booked by the police. Tiwari said.
Talking to reporters in Mandsaur two days back in connection with the Khandwa case, senior Congress leader Digvijay Singh had said it is the police who decide which sections should be applied and invoking the NSA appeared unnecessary in that case. Support quality journalism - Subscribe to The Hindu Digital.