Rajasthan's Animal Markets Take A Hit Over Gau Rakshak Violence | Read

PUBLISHED ON: April 9, 2017 | Duration: 2 min, 32 sec

  
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At a cattle fair just 40 kilometres outside Jaipur, there is a sense of fear and insecurity. This is the same place from where 55-year-old Pehlu Khan, who was one among the men assaulted and beaten by a group of cow vigilantes on April 1, had bought his cows. Mr Khan died three days later of his injuries. Five men were arrested after the death of Mr Khan sparked outrage, but his lynching has cast a shadow over animal trade in Rajasthan.
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