The incident happened in Indore just a week after 24 men were paraded by gau-rakshaks in full public view with hands tied through ropes and forced to chant Gau Mata ki Jai in Khalwa area.
The attack has sparked outrage on social media, with #welovebeef and #beef4life trending on Twitter. The four suspects, alleged to be supporters of Hindu Makkal Katchi, have been arrested.
The victim said that his Facebook post was his response to a news story on a police complaint by the Hindu Makkal Katchi.
A bench headed by Justice A M Sapre said that Justice Indu Malhotra was recusing herself from the hearing as she had earlier appeared as a lawyer in the case.
An FIR has been filed against the two men for allegedly transporting beef in two mini-trucks by a cow vigilante.
The festival with a wide variety of beef preparations ranging from tenderloin, back ribs and Bolognese pasta to burgers 'was aimed to celebrate good food'.
In order to avoid unnecessary controversy, the name was changed to 'Kolkata Beep Festival'.
On the homepage of the website, the navigation bar the word 'BJP' was replaced with the word "BEEF".
With this, the number of people arrested in the May 22 incident, a video of which went viral on the social media, stood at 10, an official said.
The teacher, a resident of Parsudih here, had allegedly written a post in support of a beef party organised by the IIT-Madras students.
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Although the incident took place on May 22, the police came to know about it only on May 24 after the video surfaced online.
Two-tier security has been put in place with cops belonging to bomb detection and disposal squad (BDDS) frisking the visitors at the major entry points at the gopurams.
Narrating the events leading up to the attack on his brother, he said a group of four youth had visited the market last Thursday and beat up some people for selling beef.
The victim, Shaukat Ali, who was injured in the incident, was admitted to a local hospital for treatment.
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