Jammu: Amalgam of Muslim bodies of Jammu Tuesday demanded that all the eleven self-styled Gau Rakshaks involved in murderous assault on a nomad family in Reasi district should be booked under Public Safety Act.
Pertinently, police have booked 11 miscreants for attacking a nomad family near Talwara Bridge in Reasi district when they were moving with their livestock.
Shujah Zaffar, General Secretary Jammu Muslim Front said that right wing outfits are hell-bent to disrupt communal harmony in Jammu region. In the name of protection of cows, dirty politics are being played and an attempt is made to create a division between Muslims and Hindus. The Reasi attack indicates that some anti-social elements are following an agenda to make a wedge between two communities in the region, he said and appealed the state police chief to slap Public Safety Act on the self-styled cow protectors.
He said: If no strict action is not taken against the arrested Gau Rakshaks, they will get encourage and will resort to hooliganism in the region he said.
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