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Severed Head of Buffalo Found in Front of Hindu Temple in Delhi, police arrests 2

Yesterday, a shocking incident happened in Delhi. As per the reports, people discovered a buffalo severed head on the road near a temple in the Welcome area on Friday, causing a stir. However, Delhi police arrested two suspects in relation of this incident: Azim (27) and a 16-year-old boy from Babarpur, Delhi.

According to Deputy Commissioner of Police (Northeast) Joy Tirkey, a caller informed the Welcome police station around 5:30 pm on Friday about the buffalo severed head outside a Hindu temple on Nala Road in West Gorakh Park.

As per the received information, it was revealed that two boys on a scooter had dropped the severed head of a buffalo on the road in front of the Hindu temple. A video circulating on social media shows the head of a buffalo lying on the road near the temple premises.

Severed Head of Buffalo Found in Front of Hindu

A big crowd of Hindus could be seen gathered outside the temple, discussing the tragedy. One person from the crowd took a newspaper and used it to clear the deceased remains from the road.

Both suspects, who residents of the Babarpur area of Delhi, have been charged under several sections of the Indian Penal Code (IPC). Moreover, the sections include 34 (common intention), 153A (promoting enmity between different religions), 295A (committing a malicious act to outrage religious feelings), and 429 (causing mischief by killing cattle). A case has been registered against them.

The buffalo’s head was quickly taken into custody by police and removed from the spot. SHO Welcome has arrested both the culprits Azim, aged 27 years, and another boy, aged 16 years. Both suspects live in Babarpur, Delhi,” said a police officer.

The police of North East district arrested two suspects after receiving information that the severed head of a buffalo was found on the roadway near Welcome police station. At the same time, the police has requested the people to maintain peace in the area and not to spread any rumours. Further investigations are underway, the DCP said.

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