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Three detained including Saddam for murder of pregnant cow.

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The serene village of Karimnagar in Telangana was rocked by an appalling incident that shook its peaceful fabric to its core. A pregnant cow, a symbol of sustenance and revered in the local community, was callously stolen, slaughtered, and its remains callously discarded. The heinous act has left the villagers in anguish and outrage, calling attention to the sanctity of life and the depths of human depravity.

The distressing saga unfolded when the news of the cow’s disappearance spread like wildfire throughout the village. The community, deeply connected to their livestock, immediately mobilized to find the missing animal, hoping for its safe return. However, the search yielded a grim discovery – the mutilated remnants of the beloved cow, consisting only of its skin and scattered bones.

This incident took place in Molangur village located in Shankarapatnam mandal of Karimnagar district of Telangana. Here the cow of a villager named Gajula Kumar was stolen by Saddam, Sheikh Taj and Manoj More around midnight of 31 December 2023. His cow was pregnant. On the first day of the New Year, villagers reported that cow remains, including its skin and bones, had been found outside the village.

Shock and fury swept through the villagers as the ghastly truth emerged. It was revealed that the perpetrators, after mercilessly slaughtering the innocent cow, callously discarded its remains while allegedly selling its meat for profit. The barbarity of this act sent shockwaves not only through Karimnagar but also resonated across the region, igniting widespread condemnation and demands for justice.

The cow, an integral part of the village’s livelihood and cultural heritage, was not merely a commodity but held a sacred place in the hearts of the community. The act of stealing and killing it not only robbed the villagers of their valuable asset but also trampled upon their sentiments and beliefs.

This abominable incident has sparked conversations about the need for stricter laws and vigilant measures to safeguard the welfare of animals and prevent such heartrending incidents from recurring. It underscores the importance of fostering empathy, respect, and compassion towards all living beings, regardless of their species.

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