Police officers in the city of Mumbai, India have proceeded to arrest 27 suspects who savagely raped a sacred cow for about 13 minutes during power outage at a subway.
Reports say the cow had wandered into the subway during power outage and was sexually assaulted for several minutes by an “unknown number of men”.
According to an eyewitness: “When the lights came back on, the cow’s face and body were covered in sperm”.
Continuing, the witness said; “At first, when the lights went off, we did not understand what was happening. We heard the cow moaning, but we thought she was scared of the darkness. But when the lights came back on, the cow was covered in semen and some of the men still had their pants down”.
Moments after arresting the men, Indian law expert, Drujnapitaka Jurpidritjpat said if found guilty, the suspects could face up to five years in jail.
“The prohibition of cow slaughter and protection from any form of abuse, be it of physical or of psychological nature, is also one of the Directive Principles of State Policy contained in Article 48 of the Constitution,” he explains.
“Cows enjoy a great status in India, greater than any other animal because of its traditional role in Hinduism and importance in Hindu culture even today,” he adds.
“They are exalted creatures of God, and as so, they are allowed to roam freely anywhere they like”.
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