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Jharkhand Man Beaten, Saved by police, After Dead Cow Allegedly Found Outside His House - India, NDTV.com

Mr Ansari is in a hospital in Dhanbad, saved by the timely arrival of the police, who fired gunshots to disperse the mob.


"Our men braved the crowd and immediately rescued Ansari and his family members. When the police tried to take him to hospital, there was resistance from the crowd. There was heavy stone-pelting. We had to open fire in the air," said a senior police officer RK Mullik.

Two men were injured, both in the legs, in the police firing 

With incidents of cow vigilantism on the rise, union Law Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said a few days ago, that the government "is very clear that if anyone indulges in violence, then the law will have to do its job."

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