MADHYA PRADESH – The police on Saturday arrested all four accused cow vigilantes who attacked two Muslim women for carrying beef at a railway station.
Madhya Pradesh’s home minister, Bhupendra Singh, said that the men who attacked two Muslim women for carrying beef would be punished.
The women were allegedly beaten up by cow vigilantes after they were detained by the police at the Mandasaur railway station. The police reportedly received an anonymous tip-off about the two Muslim women, who were transporting beef from Jaora.
A video was aired on Indian TV channels showing the two Muslim women being physically assaulted and verbally abused by a radical Hindu mob for allegedly selling beef.