Madhya Pradesh: In another act of bestiality, a cow raped, accused Chotu Khan arrested

In yet another repulsive act of beastliness, a cow has been reportedly raped by an elderly man named Chotu Khan, in Suthaliya town, Madhya Pradesh reports MyNation. The outraged public in the Madhargan’s Rajgarh district on Saturday, jammed the buses on the bus stand, demanding the accused be arrested and a case registered against the person involved in such a depraved act.

As per reports, on Friday night, the city’s businessman Mahesh Agarwal, while returning home from his work spotted this elderly man named Chotu Khan, engaging in unnatural sex with a cow. He shared this information with people sitting around in that area. Subsequently, the news spread rapidly in the city and in the next afternoon people demanding the arrest of the accused jammed the buses in the bus stand, trying to show their rage against this act of bestiality.

Police shortly reached the sight and managed to dissipate the crowd, after which a case was registered against the accused under, section 295, 377 and the accused was detained by the police. Section 295 of the IPC talks about injuring or defiling place of worship with intent to insult the religion of any class.

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Such ghoulish incidents have been surfacing time and again, with OpIndia reporting, not very long back, of a pregnant goat who died in Marodha village of Haryana’s Mewat, after it was allegedly gang-raped by eight accused on 28th July 2018. As per the report the eight accused who are believed to drug addicts and alcoholics, raped the goat in a deserted house, following which she died.

In yet another incident reported by us, almost exactly a year ago, Satpuli town of the Pauri Garhwal district of Uttarakhand witnessed communal tensions and protests by local residents after a man from the Muslim community was caught indulged in unnatural sex with a calf (young cow). The accused Shah Alam had been booked under Section 377 of the IPC, which criminalizes unnatural sex.

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