WHO Responsible for Cow Deaths in Rajasthan?


This is in connection to my last article.

Who is responsible? It is: 

VICARIOUS COW SLAUGHTER’ ON THE PART OF THE #BJP, as the #bjp is ruling Rajasthan just now. 

Details in the article below.

Usually 20 cows die in a day there, (they said this without the least bit of concern). Since July 21, they have not been fed! And because of that, 90 cows died in two days.

WHO is responsible not just for these deaths, but the Prolonged Agony they must have suffered before their death?

Those ‘in-charge’ would like to put the blame on the Poor ‘workers,’ – Most of whom might be Dalits, as the work would involve removing the carcasses there. But these –

Employees, who labour to Feed the cows and to Clean up the place, Have NOT BEEN PAID for the last 5 or 6 months.

As the #bjp is ruling Rajasthan, I can this Vicarious ‘Cow Slaughter’ on the part of the the #bjp. It is a Shame that they even have a minister especially in-charge of Cow Welfare.

The ministers responsible for this should be Tied-up and Thrown in the same Muddy Mire, and Refused Food and Drink till they Die.

rajasthan cow minister Otaram Devasi

The ‘Cow’ minister of Rajasthan, otaram devasi. he is the One and the Only ‘cow’ minister in India! The way he functions, as per this incident, it is fortunate for the Cows, I suppose. That they don’t have more ‘cow’ ministers.

rajasthan cm vasundhra-raje s

And this is the ‘chief ministress’ of Rajasthan, vasundhra raje, who ‘promised a separate ministry for cows in her poll manifesto. And when the party came to power in December 2013, promptly announced a ministry for the protection of cows.’

Image of devasi and edited quote above, from:


All other images from the Internet.


As I have already said: This is Vicarious ‘Cow Slaughter’ on the part of the the #bjp.

Let them Not speak of ‘Gau Raksha’ (Cow Protection) any more.

This is how they do the ‘gau raksha,’ protecting the cows:

gau rakshak a

While this is happening to the cows:

cows die in rajasthan aug 16


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