Haryana Police has sent the meat for testing in a lab. One of the assailants has been arrested.

With impunity and a hammer, an unarmed man is savagely crushed and kicked to pulp whereas the police and dozens of individuals do little more than watch, reveals the video, demonstrating the horrific collapse of law near the country’s capital.
Around 9 am on Friday, not too far-off from Gurgaon’s glistening towers that house the offices of multinational software program corporations, a group of cow vigilantes chasing a pick-up truck for about eight km managed to flag it down.

The driver, recognized as Lukman, was pulled out and brutally assaulted on the suspicion that he was smuggling cow meat in an incident with chilling echoes of the 2015 Dadri mob lynching in Noida, additionally very near Delhi.

Just like Dadri, the police were faster at sending the meat to a lab for testing than catching any one of many suspects. One of the assailants – Pradeep Yadav- has been arrested. The video of the incident recorded by witnesses shows the faces of the assailants.

After being beating to an inch of his life, Lukman was bundled into the pick-up truck and brought again to Gurgaon’s Badshahpur village the place the lads began thrashing him once more.

This is when the police stepped in and stopped them – only to find the assailants fearless sufficient to even tackle them.

Lukman was taken to a hospital and the police filed a grievance towards “unidentified individuals”.

The proprietor of the autos mentioned that the meat was buffalo and he has been within the enterprise for 50 years.

So far, the police have refused to offer an announcement on report on the incident and clarify their inaction as seen on video.

Slaughter of cows, thought of sacred in Hinduism, is prohibited in most of India and a number of other vigilante teams take to imposing the regulation themselves, typically violently. In most instances, the victims of the mob beatings are Muslim.

In 2017, after a gradual rise in assaults by these teams over three years, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had spoken out in regards to the incidents, saying that killing individuals out of devotion for cows will not be acceptable.