The incident was reported from a cowshed from Gumanhera village in Chhawla area of Delhi
The Hush Post: In a time when there have been demands from some Hindu bodies to declare cow as the national animal and impose a complete ban on cow slaughter, as many as 36 cows were found dead at a gaushala (cowshed) from an area in Delhi.
The incident was reported from a gaushala being run in the Chhawla area of Delhi’s Dwarka late on Friday. Dwarka’s Deputy Commissioner of Police, Anto Alphonse, said they had received a call about the incident at a cowshed in Chhawla area’s Gumanhera village at around 12.30 pm, a report said.
On reaching the spot, the cops found that about 1400 cows sheltered in the gaushala and out of them as many as 36 cows had died. The deaths reportedly took place in last two days in the gaushala being run by Acharya Sushil Gosadan Trust, the report said.
An inquiry has been marked into the incident by the Delhi government and a report has been sough within next 24 hours.
A team of veterinary doctors were rushed to the spot to conduct an inquiry and subsequent post mortem into the cause of death of the cows. After their report is submitted further legal action will be taken.
“The doctors are conducting the enquiry into the cause of death and they will also conduct a post-mortem of all the dead cows. Once their (doctors`) report is submitted, further legal action in accordance with the prevalent laws will be taken,” Deputy DCPAlphonse was quoted as saying in the report. He said that nothing can be said as of now.
A gaushala worker reportedly said: “No one listens to us. We try to do our best but no doctor is available for the cows.”