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Gau rakshaks exposed: Cow protectors or highway bandits?; VVIP goondaism; more

Thursday, April 20, 2017

Most cow vigilantes are trained to strike ferociously but without leaving physical marks on their victims in order to dodge prosecution, an India Today investigation has found.

 

India Today's reporters delved undercover into the dark world of the so-called cow protectors to investigate whether the rising vigilante aggression against cow traders was impulsive or premeditated.

 

Experts discuss with India Today's Rajdeep Sardesai - Will the government act against the cow vigilantes caught on camera, who will rein in the gau rakshaks and is it time the government banned these gau rakshaks.

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