Cow protection organisations end up in govt net amid NGO crackdown

Nine gaushalas and over a hundred institutions with Muslim names issued show cause notice

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The latest home ministry crackdown on non-compliant non-government organisations (NGOs) might have hit some holy cows. The list of some 5,922 units that have not filed their annual returns and have been served a show cause notice includes several institutions working for cow protection.(economy news)

Business Standard went through the list to find at least nine such NGOs that had “Gau” or “Cow” in their names. These nine NGOs are Shri Haryana Gaushala, Gauv Sevva Trust (Gst), Shri Gaushala Kathar Jungle, Ratanlal C Bafna Gau Seva Anusandhan Kendra, Shri Pinjara Pole Gaushala Sewa Trust, Shri Dayalu Gau jeav jan parmarthseva sansthan Kherapa, Shri Harihar Maharaj Kamdhenu Gaushevashram Dharmik Trust, Sri Panch Dev Mahamandir Gau Sewa Ashram Samiti, and Care For Cows Public Charitable Trust. The list could have other such organisations, without an express giveaway in their names, that are serving the cause of the bovine considered holy by a section of Hindus and the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party.

Protection of cows and creating gaushalas was part of the party’s manifesto in the recent Uttar Pradesh Assembly polls. The spurt in ‘cow love’ has fuelled the rise of vigilante groups indulging in lynchings across various parts of the country. Besides these, there were about a dozen organisations in the list whose names suggested that they worked in the area of animal welfare. Among minority institutions, over 100 organisations with Islamic or Arabic names have been issued the show cause notice. These included at least five institutions named after Dr Zakir Hussain… Read full story 

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