Raees Akhtar, who was the Additional Superintendent of Police, (Rural) Bulandshahr has been transferred to Provincial Armed Constabulary headquarters, Lucknow.
Bulandshahr violence: Yogi Adityanath orders strict action against cow slaughter, says DMs and SPs will be held responsible
Yogi Adityanath has been severely criticised by Opposition leaders over the state of law and order following Monday's violence in which a police inspector, who had initially probed the 2015 lynching of Akhlaq in Dadri, and a young man died.
Bulandshahr violence: Villagers question inclusion of four names, including two minors in FIR on cow slaughter
The FIR was lodged Monday on a complaint by Bajrang Dal's Yogesh Raj, who is accused in another FIR on mob violence in Bulandshahr.
Jammu and Kashmir: Cow vigilantes set truck carrying bovines ablaze in Kathua district; police uses tear gas, batons
Jammu and Kashmir Police said the truck was transporting cows and buffaloes in Pathwal village of Hiranagar area.
Baba Ramdev calls for strict action against illegal cow-slaughter, says '90 percent gau rakshaks genuine, few go overboard'
Yoga guru and entrepreneur Baba Ramdev said on Sunday that 'gau rakshaks' (cow protectors) are forced to come out on streets as police and civil administrations fail to deal strictly with the menace of cow smuggling.
Task of 'gau rakshak' important, Centre should ask states not to harass them: VHP chief Praveen Togadia
VHP international president Praveen Togadia also lauded the government for issuing an advisory to states for ensuring a complete ban on beef exports and expressed confidence that the "gau-bhakts" in the central government and BJP have taken a pledge for cow protection.
The violence of cow vigilante groups this year, some of it caught in disturbing videos on the Internet, has unsettled minority groups.
A case has been registered against the chief of Gau Raksha Dal for allegedly thrashing people in the name of cow protection.
What is the code of conduct for a genuine gau rakshak as compared to a counterfeit ‘guy?’
As violent protests continue in the Prime Minister’s home state of Gujarat over the flogging of Dalit youth by upper-caste Hindu vigilantes, an IndiaSpend analysis reveals a conviction rate six times lower than the Indian average–over 10 years–for crimes against scheduled castes (SCs) and scheduled tribes (STs).