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Vadodara police arrested three persons from IHRC for collecting money from truck driver

Vadodara police arrested three persons from International Human Rights Council for collecting money from a truck driver coming from Ahmedabad. A audio clip of their conversation regarding money collection also goes viral in social media. During primary investigation the three is said to be collect 7000 rupees from another truck at Dumad crossing on the […]

Vadodara police arrested three persons from IHRC for collecting money from truck driver
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Vadodara police arrested three persons from International Human Rights Council for collecting money from a truck driver coming from Ahmedabad. A audio clip of their conversation regarding money collection also goes viral in social media. During primary investigation the three is said to be collect 7000 rupees from another truck at Dumad crossing on the same day.

As per details Shakir Kasam Sindhi a resident of Siddhpur in Patan was heading for Mumbai in his truck carrying around 70 goats inside. Meanwhile his truck was stopped by three persons at Kapurai crossing on National Highway near Vadodara. The trio gives their identity as members of International Human Rights Council and questioned him about ferry the goats and started beating him. The truck driver then called his employer to have conversation with the three persons.

In his complaint the truck driver further said that the trio demand 20,000 but his employer told them to give 5000 only. That irked the trio further and they again started beating him. Meanwhile animal activists Neha Patel, Viha Bharwad, Prakash Jain, Rajiv Shah and Abhishek Yadav reached the spot along with the Bapod police after the message.

Police then took the trio Ankit Baldev Rana, Samol Ashraf and Manish Ashwin Kosthi all residents of Ahmedabad along with the truck driver and truck to the police station and started investigating in the matter.

A audio clip between Adi Iqbal resident of Anand and the members also goes viral where he requested them to let go the truck after taking 5000 rupees. Lots of cases came to light in the past where money was collected from vehicles carrying animals. This case also proves that the same is still continuing. Animal activists demand strict action against such matter to give a example in the society.

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