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FIR Filed: Navi Mumbai Butcher Tried To Sell Goat With 'RAM' Scribbled On It Ahead Of Bakrid – Video Goes Viral

Navi Mumbai Police have filed a complaint against a butcher shop owner after a video surfaced on social media showing a goat with the name “RAM” written on its skin. According to a leading daily, the goat, with the Hindu deity’s name written in yellow, was intended to be sold before the Eid al-Adha (Bakri […]

Navi Mumbai Police have filed a complaint against a butcher shop owner after a video surfaced on social media showing a goat with the name “RAM” written on its skin.

According to a leading daily, the goat, with the Hindu deity’s name written in yellow, was intended to be sold before the Eid al-Adha (Bakri Eid) celebration.

The footage, which quickly went viral, shows a white goat at the meat market with “RAM” written in yellow on its skin. The video also captures a group of people, likely from a Hindu organization, questioning the butcher shop over the incident.

The incident sparked outrage on social media, prompting various Hindu organizations to voice their concerns. Consequently, a case was promptly registered at the CBD Belapur Police Station against the meat business owner. The case is officially recorded under CBD Belapur Police Station Crime Register No. 123/2024, according to the police.

An official commented on the incident, stating, “Preliminary information indicates that a goat with Ram’s name written on it was kept for sale at Good Luck Mutton Shop in CBD Sector One, Navi Mumbai. A complaint was registered under relevant sections of the IPC, and the shop owner has been detained.”

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