Jamiat ul Quraish meets DGP, complains against harassment of cattle traders

Hyderabad: A delegation of Jamiatul Quraish, Hyderabad, led by its president Mohammed Saleem Quraishi MLC, called on Director General of Police, Anurag Sharma and demanded stopping of incidents of harassment against cattle traders. The delegation submitted a memorandum to DGP mentioning the incidents of stopping of big animals by Gau rakshaks and harassment of traders at the borders of Telangana.

The memorandum also claimed that Jamiat ul Quraish is associated with the purchase and sale of ox and buffalo; it is their age-old profession. Their families depend on the profession. Recently cow vigilantes are taking law into their hands and are creating law and orders issue. Quraish community is being harassed. These elements are forcibly stopping the vehicles, beating drivers and labours and seizing the animal. This move of the so-called Gau rakshaks has become a nuisance for Quraish community.

Jamiatul Quraish appealed the DGP to take action against the Gau rakshaks and anti-social elements.

According to Mohammed Saleem Quraishi MLC, DGP has assured to issue orders to all superintendents of police and police commissioners in this connection.

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