Hindu outfits protest in Delhi after dismembered parts of animal found; people claim it was cow
Various Hindu outfits on Sunday held a dharna in Karol Bagh.
New Delhi: Various Hindu outfits on Sunday held a dharna in Karol Bagh.
The dharna was held after dismembered parts of an animal, claimed to be of a cow, were found in Karol Bagh area.
Members of VHP, RSS, Bajrang Dal, Hindu Manch and some other outfits organised the protest outside Filmistan and blocked traffic on Rani Jhansi road and East Park.
Tension grips Karol Bagh
Tension had gripped parts of Karol Bagh area in central Delhi on Sunday after dismembered parts of an animal were found in a park, with claims that these belonged to a cow.
The cut parts of the animal were allegedly noticed by the RSS volunteers who reached the park at Kishanganj railway colony to hold their 'shakha' in the morning, according to local RSS leaders.
A case has been registered and investigation has been taken up, a senior police officer said.
RSS volunteers said recurrence of such incidents in the area was feared to be an attempt to disturb communal harmony.