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Cattle smuggling going on unabated: BJP

By CORRESPONDENT

DHUBRI, July 14 � Cattle smuggling to Bangladesh through the Indo-Bangladesh border in Dhubri district is still going on unabated. This was stated in the 4th sitting of the executive committee of the newly-formed Dhubri BJP district committee. The meeting held on July 11 was attended by Ranjit Das, general secretary, State BJP and prof Safiqul Hussain, president, Minority Cell, BJP State Committee as special invitees/state observers.

The cattle smuggling matter was discussed in detail in the meeting and it expressed apprehension that no cow would remain in India for ploughing land after 10 years if cattle smuggling could not be stopped in the meantime.

The meeting also decided that the BJP would organise a massive protest rally on July 31 on the issue and the same would be attended by Ranjit Dutta, State BJP president and other State leaders.

After the meeting a press meet was held in the premises of the BJP district office. The party demanded revision of the Animal Transportation Act 1978 for the greater interest of protection of the cow in the country. Depicting what will happen in India after 10 years, if cattle smuggling were not stopped for with, a symbolic ploughing was demonstrated by the State BJP GS and the president, Minority Cell acting as two bullock and Bimal Oswal district BJP president as the ploughman. The party sought cooperation of all in their war against cattle smuggling.

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Cattle smuggling going on unabated: BJP

DHUBRI, July 14 � Cattle smuggling to Bangladesh through the Indo-Bangladesh border in Dhubri district is still going on unabated. This was stated in the 4th sitting of the executive committee of the newly-formed Dhubri BJP district committee. The meeting held on July 11 was attended by Ranjit Das, general secretary, State BJP and prof Safiqul Hussain, president, Minority Cell, BJP State Committee as special invitees/state observers.

The cattle smuggling matter was discussed in detail in the meeting and it expressed apprehension that no cow would remain in India for ploughing land after 10 years if cattle smuggling could not be stopped in the meantime.

The meeting also decided that the BJP would organise a massive protest rally on July 31 on the issue and the same would be attended by Ranjit Dutta, State BJP president and other State leaders.

After the meeting a press meet was held in the premises of the BJP district office. The party demanded revision of the Animal Transportation Act 1978 for the greater interest of protection of the cow in the country. Depicting what will happen in India after 10 years, if cattle smuggling were not stopped for with, a symbolic ploughing was demonstrated by the State BJP GS and the president, Minority Cell acting as two bullock and Bimal Oswal district BJP president as the ploughman. The party sought cooperation of all in their war against cattle smuggling.