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Wednesday, February 21, 2024

Two milking cows shot and stolen in Manipur grazing ground by suspected Kuki extremists, third incident in recent months

“Cattle slaughtered in Manipur grazing ground, third incident in recent months”, Nenow, February 9, 2024:

“Unknown assailants armed with firearms slaughtered two cattle and injured an equal number of others at the grazing ground of Khurkhul village in Imphal West district, adjacent to Kangpokpi district in Manipur.

The incident occurred on Wednesday around 3 pm, as confirmed by I Shanta Singh, the Pradhan of Khurkhul Gram Panchayat under the Sekmai police station.

According to Singh, the attackers targeted five cattle, including two milking cows owned by Heikham Lot.

Two cows were fatally shot and taken away in a vehicle for their meat, while two calves, one male and one female, sustained bullet wounds. Veterinary officials treated the injured calves on Thursday…..”

Read the full article at Nenow.in

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