Crack down on cow vigilantism, Supreme Court to States, Centre

The tribunal requests all states and UTs to appoint nodal policemen in each district.

On Wednesday the Supreme Court called on all states and territories of the Union to appoint NPOs in the district to suppress and persecute groups of cow custodians involved in violence and chaos.

Four states of Haryana, Rajasthan, Maharshtra and Gujarat accepted the suggestion of the apex court to appoint nodal police officers as Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP) to prevent cow keepers or rakshaks from “taking the law or become law for themselves “.

A three-judge judge of Justice Justicial Dipak Misra, Amitava Roy and AM Khanwilkar listened to an intervention by Mahatma Gandhi’s great-grandson, Tushar Gandhi, on the lack of accountability and responsibility of the Center’s administrations, Even though the cow guardians had wreaked havoc and used the murder in broad daylight in Cow Name.

Dalits and Muslims were responsible for an outbreak of violence triggered by the lynching of the crowd, especially in the northern states, called cow protectors or gaukraks.

The court ordered the Center to respond to an application filed by senior counsel Indira Jaising for Mr. Gandhi that the Center can not wash away its constitutional responsibility under section 256 to order the states to take the measures necessary to save innocent lives from the fury of crowds.

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