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Read: Five Big Beef Controversies At A Glance
Read: Five Big Beef Controversies At A Glance

July 27, 2016: Two women were beaten up by members of cow vigilante groups at Mandsaur Railway Station in Madhya Pradesh on July 27, 2016 over suspicion that they were carrying beef. The women were reportedly caught carrying 30 kg of meat after which police was informed.

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July 11, 2016: Four Dalit men were stripped and beaten by Shiv Sena men for skinning a dead cow in Gir Somnath’s Una taaluka, in Gujarat

28 September, 2015: Two boys used the local temple’s public announced that the family of Mohammad Akhlaq had killed a cow and consumed its meat on Eid-ul-Adha. A mob of Hindu people attacked a Muslim family in Bisara village near Dadri, Uttar Pradesh. The attackers killed 52-year-old Mohammad Akhlaq Saifi) and seriously injured his son, 22-year-old Danish

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October 27, 2015: About 20 police officers entered Kerala House in Delhi after a call and complain from Vishnu Gupta, a Hindu Sena leader. Gupta complained that the canteen at the guest house serves beef. However, the authorities at the canteen said they only serve buffalo meat and not beef. The issue resulted in a political fight as many ministers opposed the act. After the complaint, the ‘beef fry’ was removed from the menu. Followed by protests, the beef dish was resumed to the menu on 28 October 2015.

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October 16, 2015: A 20-year-old boy was killed in Himachal Pradesh by a group of people suspecting him to be a cattle smuggler for cow slaughter. However, according to the police, the young man was transporting five cows and ten bulls on a truck to Saharanpur district, Uttar Pradesh.