Two Muslim Women Beaten By Mob At Railway Station For Carrying Beef :- On Wednesday, Opposition BSP and Congress raised uproar in Rajya Sabha. Both party are protesting against beating up of two Muslim women in the name of cow protection in the state Madhya Pradesh.
Mayawati (BSP) said Gau Raksha(cow protection) groups beat up two women in Madhya Pradesh over suspicion of carrying beef.
She said that the incident at the Mandsaur railway station occurred in presence of the police which remained a mute spectator.
She also charged that on the other hand, BJP talks of protecting the girl child and giving dignity and honour to women but on the other unleashes goons on them.
Mayawati said that The incident occured in BJP-led government Madhya Pradesh. The incident comes close on the heels of beating of four Dalit youth in Gujarat.
She asked Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi who is Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs to respond to targeting of women of his community in the name of cow protection.
Members of BSP and congress members trooped into the Well of the House, shouting anti-government slogans.
They shouted that Mahila virodhi yeh sarkar nahi chalegi, nahi chalegi, Dalit virodhi yeh sarkar nahi chalegi, nahi chalegi.
Deputy Chairman P J Kurien said derailing Zero Hour, where 13 members have given notices, was not right and if members wanted a discussion on the subject, they should give notice.
Azad said his Congress party was not against cow protection but was against targeting of dalits and Muslims in name of Gau Raksha.
On Tuesday, A crowd led by Gau Rakshaks slapped, kicked and abused two women at Mandsaur railway station.
According to a video taken by a witness that the women are punched and kicked until they fall to the ground. The women are cornered by a crowd that is heard screaming “Gau Mata Ki Jai”.
30 kgs of meat were recovered from them. The investigation revealed the meat was of buffalo not cow.
Two women have been charged because they did not have a permit to sell meat.
The report said that no action has yet been taken against those who assaulted the women or those policemen who watched without stopping the attack.