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2018-05-12T11:04:37+05:30

Hit, Moo And Run

In Delhi, a businessman has filed a police complaint against an absconding culprit after sustaining a leg fracture in an accident. Mohammed Shaqil was approaching Sherawali Market on his motorcycle when the vile perpetrator hit the vehicle from behind. He was injured as he fell on the road and was taken to hospital, where he learned that he had a fracture. He promptly approached the police and filed his complaint, which they duly registered—but they are now at a loss as to how to hunt down the accused and bring her to justice. This is because the accused is a cow. The cops are examining CCTV footage from the area to see if they can find some clue about the animal and its owner. The FIR was registered under Section 289 of the IPC (negligent conduct with animals and causing hurt).


 

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