Increasing cow smuggling in Jharkhand a threat to internal security: Milind Parande State wide demonstrations will be held on Friday 22nd July

New Delhi, July 21, 2022 – Expressing deep concern over the brutal killing of a woman police officer in Jharkhand by cow smugglers, Vishva Hindu Parishad has demanded to completely crush and rout the fangs of cow smugglers. VHP Central Secretary General Milind Parande said through a press statement today that the brutal murder of a brave woman police officer by cow smugglers in the state capital Ranchi has not only put a question mark on the law and order situation of the state but also proves how high the audacity of Islamic jihadists and cow smugglers has become. Expressing condolences to the family members of police officer Sandhya, he urged the state government to give proper financial assistance to her family and severely crush the activities of cow smugglers in the state.
Shri Parande said that Jharkhand has become a Jannat for cow smugglers. Cow progenies are being taken to Bengal for slaughter on a large scale through the state. All such routes urgently need to be sealed for cow smugglers. Many times these facts have come to light that the money of cow smuggling is being used for Zakat, Jihad and terrorism. This illegal smuggling is not only hurting the Hindu Aastha, but cow-smuggling is also a serious threat to the internal security of the country.
Vishva Hindu Parishad demands that the government should take tough action against cow slaughter, cow smuggling and jihadi activities in the state. He announced that VHP Karyakartas would stage a state-wide Dharna (demonstration) on Friday, the 22nd of July, 2022 to pay tribute to Sister Sandhya and put an end to cow smuggling.
Issued by -
Vinod Bansal
National Spokesperson
Vishva Hindu Parishad