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By Ghazala Ahmad

Rajasthan authorities demolished 12 houses of Muslims in Kishangarh Bas and eradicated mustard and wheat crops on 44 acres of land over allegations of cow slaughter in Rundh Gidawada village in Mirzapur of Alwar district on Monday.

Throughout the operation, high-ranking officers and personnel from various departments, including the Police Department, Revenue Department, Electricity Department, and Forest Department, were on-site as crops were demolished using bulldozers and tractors.

Furthermore, the electricity department has severed power connections to the residences of the accused.

The police have filed a suo-motu First Information Report (FIR) against 25 Muslims, accusing them of participating in what the police refer to as an ‘illegal cow-slaughtering racket’ and ‘beef sale,’ as reported by Live Hindustan.

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