The accused also took the Dalit man to mosques in Tirupati and nearby areas where they taught him to learn Quran and offer prayers in an Islamic way, the police said.
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Narottam Mishra known for his acute right-wing Hindu supportive stance, said, "Whoever it is, Ranbir or anyone else, artists should avoid making statements that hurt religious sentiments of people."
The accused was identified as M Manikandan alias Manimaran (36) from V Mettur near Vadambacheri in Coimbatore, who was running a meat stall in the area.
Beef biryani was in popular demand on the last day of the three-day Chennai food festival at Island Grounds here on Sunday.
A huge crowd thronged the stalls that sprang up around noon on Saturday at the Island Grounds, where the three-day festival commenced on August 12.
The District Collector had announced there would be no beef biryani segment in the food festival, the Commission said in a release on Monday.
The Chennai city police deleted the post after nearly three hours of online slugfest but the screenshot of the comments went viral on social media.
Legal experts and opposition parties in Assam have slammed the police for arresting the teacher and the judiciary for sending her to jail as consumption of beef is not illegal in the state.
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Activists of Vishwa Hindu Parishad, Bajrang Dal and Hindu Jagran Manch participated in the agitation and demanded that illegal meat shops in Ratlam city be shut forthwith.
The Tirupattur district administration on Thursday decided to call off the much-touted Ambur Biriyani Festival slated to be held on May 13 and 14 in the town citing heavy rain forecast.
A caretaker of a farmhouse in Delhi’s Dwarka area was lynched by a group on the suspicion of slaughtering cows and selling beef. Six others were injured in the attack.
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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.
A fast track court here today convicted 11 people for lynching a meat trader in June last year over the suspicion that he was carrying beef in his car.
Ummar Muhammad's uncle has filed a complaint with the Alwar police, identifying one among the attackers, who is a member of the "Gau Raksha group," the report said.
On October 13 morning, the auto-rickshaw driver Azad along with his four friends was on their way from Fatehpur Billauch to Old Faridabad when 15-20 men intercepted their vehicle near Bajri village.
The accused traders had brought about 80 kgs of beef in their van from Bandega village in the neighbouring Sundargarh district of Odisha to allegedly sell it in the bordering villages.
The All India Jamiatul Quresh Action Committee (AIJQAC) has decided to form ‘gau rakshak committee’ to spread message among people to desist from slaughtering of cows.
India exported 1.56 million tonnes of beef last year and is projected to hold on to the position over the next decade, according to a report by the Food and Agriculture Organisation.
Even though India has ‘banned’ cow slaughter in most parts and vigilantism is on the rise, the meat mafia is thriving, especially for the Bangladeshi beef market. And for the holy cow, it’s just anoth
Bajrang Dal’s Jharkhand chief, Devendra Gupta, however, denied any role of the organisation in the lynching.