Haryana News: Those who slaughter cows will be boycotted from the society, the decision of Nuh Gram Panchayat

Nuh (Haryana): A gram panchayat in Haryana’s Nuh district has announced a social boycott of cow slaughterers. Along with this, the villagers have also been warned to impose fine on the villagers who do not follow it. Villagers said that anyone who has any kind of transaction with cow smugglers will be fined Rs 21,000. Whoever gives information about cow slaughter or cow smugglers, the panchayat will give a reward of Rs 21,000. The panchayat also decided that they would go to other villages to completely ban cow slaughter.

People of three villages of Umra gram panchayat of Nagina block held a meeting at an anganwadi on Sunday and decided to socially boycott cow slaughterers. Prior to this decision, the Nuh police had appealed to the people to cooperate in stopping the slaughter of cows in the district. The panchayat also issued a warning that those who did not observe the boycott would be fined Rs 21,000.

Cow smuggling will be curbed
Sahista’s sarpanch of Umra gram panchayat, Sahista’s father-in-law, Razdar said that some people of his village are engaged in cow slaughter and smuggling of cows. He said that due to this, not only this village but also the area is getting maligned. He said that the prominent people of Umra, Danibas and Pratapbas villages of the Gram Panchayat have decided to boycott the cow slaughterers and cow smugglers.

21 thousand rupees reward for giving information about cow smugglers
Apart from this, anyone who has any kind of transaction with cow smugglers will be fined Rs 21,000, Razdar said. Whoever gives information about cow slaughter or cow smugglers, the panchayat will give a reward of Rs 21,000. The panchayat also decided that they would go to other villages to completely ban cow slaughter.

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What did the police say on the verdict
When contacted in this regard, Nuh Superintendent of Police Varun Singla said that such proposals have an effect. He said that apart from enforcing the law by the police, now the villagers themselves are dealing with the criminals by boycotting them.

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