Lord Hanuman’s ‘vahan’ saved in Karnataka

First Published 21, Jul 2020, 3:00 PM

Based on information, the Karnataka Police and activists rescued eight camels from being slaughtered. The camels were made to walk 900 kilometers only to be sold to butchers for animal sacrifice during festivals. Six persons have been arrested under cruelty to animals act and animals were sent to Gaushala and will be sent back to their original habitat
 

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8 camels were rescued from Karnataka’s Kalaburgi<br />
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8 camels were rescued from Karnataka’s Kalaburgi
 

<p>The camels were being taken to be slaughtered<br />
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The camels were being taken to be slaughtered
 

<p>The animals were made to walk from Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh and covered 900 kilometers<br />
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The animals were made to walk from Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh and covered 900 kilometers
 

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<p>Each animal was priced Rs 50,000 and the riders planned to collect Rs 4 lakh</p>

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Each animal was priced Rs 50,000 and the riders planned to collect Rs 4 lakh

 

<p>The animals were supposed to be delivered in Bengaluru for slaughtering</p>

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The animals were supposed to be delivered in Bengaluru for slaughtering

 

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<p>Based on information, police and animals rights activists stopped 6 persons at Aland and saved all the animals</p>


 

Based on information, police and animals rights activists stopped 6 persons at Aland and saved all the animals

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