Bhopal:Monday, January 9 ; Madhya Pradesh Animal Husbandry Minister Shri Ajay Vishnoi has said that the amendment Act for banning Bovine animal slaughter has not come into force yet, even then traffickers of Bovine animal have swung into action against it and trying to misuse media for their evil designs. The Anees case of Chhindwara is one of such precedents. Cases of Bovine animal trafficking are pending against him and his family members.
According to Shri Vishnoi, the law will take its own course against those violating the law. So far as the case of Anees, son of Aslam Qureshi and his family is concerned, they are already involved in the criminal activities. Seven criminal cases in Bichhua police station and two case in Mohkhed are registered against them.
A case of Gauvansh Hatya Nishedh Adhiyam 2004 was registered against the accused Anees on January 6, 2007 and 16 heads of Bovine animal were recovered from him. Another case under Arms Act was registered against the family in 2006. Fourteen cows were seized from his brother Salman on March 25, 2011. Twenty-three heads of Bovine animal cattle were recovered on October 21, 2011 from the uncle of the acused Baba alias Raheem Qureshi and brother-in-law Hameed Qureshi. A total of 52 cows were recovered from two other brothers-in-law of the accused – Shaikh Munnu and Shaikh Yunus – on August 26, 2005 and again in 2008. The latest case has been registered against them on December 31, 2011. Cases have also been registered against the members of the organisation, who are accused of using force against the persons charged with Bovine animal trafficking.