25 cows slaughtered on the day of ‘Ashadhi Ekadashi’ – (Warning- Gruesome Images)

via http://www.hindujagruti.org/news/9834.html published on July 22, 2010

Malegaon (Maharashtra): The festival of ‘Ashadhi Ekadashi’ to worship the revered Deities Sree Vitthal – Rakhumai of Maharashtra is celebrated all over the State with great joy. In such atmosphere, a very despicable incident took place in the morning today in Malegaon where more than 25 cows were killed and the parts of their body were thrown all over the roads. (Killing of cows worshipped by Hindus on the day of Ashadhi Ekadashi is a deliberate effort to hurt religious sentiments of Hindus. Justice is not expected from the secular (unrighteous) Government by the Hindus. If this condition exists even in future, those who are killing cows today, would not hesitate to kill Hindus tomorrow. There is no alternative to extensive Hindu unity to change this situation ! – Editor SP)

The ramifications of this infuriating incident were felt in Malegaon and Nashik within few hours. People observed ‘bandh’ spontaneously at both the places. Roads leading to Malegaon were strewn with the legs, heads and udders of cows. In some places, four legs of cows were tied and their necks were broken and thrown away. This pre-planned destruction was done on the previous day of Ashadhi ekadashi. The apparent motive of such devastation seems to be hurting religious sentiments of Hindus. The police department is giving the number of cows killed as 7 to 8 but it is understood that more than 25 cows have been killed.

Severe repercussions in Nashik District

Yeola, Dindori, Manmad, Pimpalgaon, Vadali, Khedgaon, Vani and Peth villages called ‘bandh’; the tension spread upto Nashik and CIDCO area was closed. Few enraged groups burnt tyres on Mumbai-Agra highway and pelted stones on buses. Window panes of buses were broken; but the passengers are safe, informed the police. Large police force has been deployed in Malegaon and Nashik to keep situation under control and curfew has been imposed in Malegaon. All private vehicles have been banned from going to Malegaon and post martem of the dead cows will be undertaken.

Anti-Hindu police give ridiculous information

Police gave irrelevant information in this context. It was informed that cows are brought to Malegaon in trucks. Since the number of cows brought in a truck, exceeded the capacity of the truck, some cows died due to suffocation and were thrown on the road-sides. (Anti-Hindu police! If cows died due to suffocation, how their cut legs were found on the roads. Such ridiculous explanation by the police will not be accepted by even a child. Police are trying to suppress the matter by making such absurd statements and rubbing salt on the wounds of Hindus. Why should Hindus pay tax and provide for such policemen? – Editor SP) Since on the day of Ashadhi Ekadashi, people learnt about the incident, they are enraged, informed the police.

Stop slaughtering of cows, else Hindus will be incensed – HJS

There was an atmosphere of devotion all over the State on the occasion of Ashadhi Ekadashi but few miscreants deliberately destructed religious sentiments of Hindus. This is a very contemptible incident and Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) strongly condemns the same. When Hindus never bring any kind of obstacles in celebrations of festivals of the minorities, Hindus are provoked by others by not allowing them to take out processions in front of mosques, slaughtering of cows on the auspicious day like Ashadhi Ekadashi etc. The secular Government led by the Congress is insensitive towards Hindus and therefore, such incidents are taking place. If as a part of its duty, the Government does not put a stop to such incidents, it will be solely responsible for the likely outrage of Hindus. None of the private news channels has reported this disgraceful incident that has taken place involving Hindus object of worship. The private news channels, which are otherwise very prompt in reporting very minor things against Hindus and preparing false ‘breaking news’ by making mountain out of a molehill, have, however, kept mum on this incident. Hindus should boycott such news channels, which purposely, do not compile news like killings of cows, appealed Shri. Ramesh Shinde, the spokesperson of HJS for the States of Maharashtra and Gujarat.  

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