Video: Journalist who reported ‘Man rapes Cow in MP’ is getting threats of SC-ST Act

Raisen(Madhya Pradesh, India): In a shocking incident, a 51-year-old villager was arrested for allegedly having unnatural sex with a cow in the Raisen district of Madhya Pradesh, after a local journalist informed SP Monika Shukla.

The accused is identified as Kishor Khamra who is residing in the Camp 4 village which comes under the Sultanpur Police station. He was spotted raping his own cow on the night of 29th May 2021.

The local journalist Joseph Mathew has complained about the incident to the local police station but they didn’t take any action.

“Police came to the house of the accused but didn’t take any action. It was informed by the neighbours of the accused that the SI Deepak Verma took 1 lakh rupees from the accused to close the matter”, Mathew told Neo Politico.

“The accused Kishor, who resides with his wife, used to commit such crimes. In the past, the residents had warned him against doing so. One of the residents spotted him indulging in the crime and made a video which further went viral on social media”, he added.

“Take your complaint back or face SC-ST Act”
Joseph Mathew is living in fear as he has been threatened to book under the SC-ST Act by the involved persons.

“I wrote a letter to the Police commissioner that they are threatening me to book under the false case of the SC-ST Act. I have only forwarded the video to the SP and demanded appropriate action against the accused”, Joseph said.

No Hindu organization is coming forward to condemn the action of the accused. Instead, the accused along with the local police is threatening the local journalist.

SP takes cognizance of the case, sent the accused to jail
Taking cognizance of the case, SP Monika Shukla has sent the accused to jail. Kishor was found guilty of the case and also confessed to his crimes. Villagers claim that he was a habitual offender and used to rape his cow many times

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