Eight members of the eight ‘ go-protect ‘ committee have been sentenced to life imprisonment in the killing of two Muslim cows businessman in Jharkhande, India. Local Tory district judgeship Hrishikesh Kumar made the ruling on Saturday (22 December). Each of the convicted verdicts has been fined 25 thousand rupees.
The court, however, will appeal the ruling to the Aviyuktara High Court.
The killing of Jharkhander Lateharre in Ghathe in March, 2016. A local village school student Imtiaz Khan (12) and his father Mazlum Ansari (32) were walking to sell the cows to the market.
On the way, members of the shelter-protecting association mayhem their detention. At one point, two was killed by a handful of trees tied to the same darite.
International desk, Saturday, December 22, H B News