Fight over alleged illegal transportation of cattle leaves one dead, 10 including 3 cops arrested

In a shocking incident, a man was allegedly killed after he was attacked by Bajrang Dal activists in Karnataka. The man, identified as Hussainabba was travelling with two others and transporting cattle illegally, when he was stopped by activists and physically attacked. The police allegedly joined hands with the Bajarang Dal activists took Hussainabba into the jeep and assaulted him. Later, when he was found dead, the police allegedly dumped his body a kilometer from the crime spot. Three police personnel also have been arrested in this regard. Watch this video on Asianet Newsable to know exact details of the incident. 

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