Assembly wants security against cow vigilantes

Assembly wants security against cow vigilantes

Kerala House Resident Commissioner Vishwas Mehta on Friday sought more security for the state guest house to protect it from “groups with vested interests”, who may create trouble over the ongoing beef controversy.

The development comes after members of a cow vigilante group, claiming to belong to the Bharatiya Gauraksha Kranti, reportedly barged into the Kerala House on Thursday evening to protest against the beef festivals held in the state recently.

They entered the Kerala House around 8 pm and started distributing cow milk as a mark of protest. “We have written a complaint to the Connaught Place police station, besides urging senior police officers to take action against the protesters and seeking additional security to protect the Kerala House from groups with vested interests,” Mehta told reporters.

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