Man rapes cow in Gwalior: A video from Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh is going viral in which an unidentified man is seen sexually assaulting a cow in DD Nagar. According to the reports, this happened at 9.25 pm on Thursday night.
This man has been found raping a cow in DD Nagar Sector B of Gwalior. This person was seen by a man named Jai from the roof of his house.
This case has been confirmed by the CCTV footage in which this person was seen doing objectionable acts with the cow.
Indian law is not serious about cruelty against animals
Earlier in Madhya Pradesh, the case of raping a cow was reported in Rajgarh in 2018, Betul in 2016, and Balaghat in 2013.
In such crimes, a case is registered under section 377 of the Indian Penal Code. In this, there is a provision of 10 years imprisonment for having unnatural sex with animals.
Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act also plays role in such cases but there is no provision for strict punishment in this act. For a long time, there has been a demand for stricter laws for crimes against animals in India. But the government has not yet paid attention to it.
The people of Gwalior are very angry after this video went viral and are demanding the arrest of this person as soon as possible. But in most such cases, India’s system works slowly.
The government had told the Parliament that 316 animal cruelty cases are pending in different courts. 64 cases are pending in Supreme Court, and 38 cases are pending in Delhi High Court. Out of the total 316, 199 cases are pending for the last 5 years.
The highest number of cases of animal cruelty have been reported in Tamil Nadu, Maharashtra, and Kerala.