The Veterinary department has issued an alert for villages under Garadapur block following death of 30 buffaloes in a suspected Sahana (hemorrhagic septicemia) outbreak in the last four days.
According to Vuyyur police, Sugunnama battled for life for more than 20 hours. She had received serious injuries on spinal cord and her lower back.
Tadepalli police seized a container carrying cow and buffalo meat, which was being transported to Kochi from Odisha on Monday afternoon.
The women got married to the man in 2014 and they have an eight months old daughter together.
The farmer identified as Bhupat Raghuvanshi, a native of Patharia village had applied along with necessary documents for the division of land in the family around seven months back.
The veterinary officer who conducted the postmortem found a plastic-like material in the stomach of the animal.
The FIR was registered after the intervention of BJP MLA Brijbhushan Rajpoot, who visited the area on Tuesday and some villagers raised the matter with him.
Police said villagers intercepted five thieves with stolen cattle but three managed to escape.
The Union Environment Ministry on May 26, modified the rules to prevent cruelty to animals, making it mandatory to ensure that cattle are not bought or sold for slaughtering.