This is the first ever case in Nepal where the owner is being punished because of abandoning the cow.
We rescued Gauri from the street where she was struggling for her life. She was paralyzed and maggot wounded when we found her. She was brought to our shelter on October 29th, 2018. Since the day she was rescued, we were struggling to find the owner of the cow so that we can give justice to Gauri. With the help of local authorities, we were able to find the owner and reported to the Police station about this man.
Gauri is in lot of pain and she cannot walk, we made a sling so that we could hang her body and give her necessary therapy so that she feel relaxed. Her condition is getting worst day by day but she must be happy now because the owner is now in police custody for another 5 days and he will be in jail for 3 months as per the General Criminal (code) Act -2017.
It is clearly mention in the Muluki Ain (General Criminal (Code) Act-2017 that any person who commits or causes to commit the default in accordance with sub-section (1) shall be imprisoned up to 3 months or fined up to five thousand rupees or given both punishments. We have filed a case against the owner and hopefully he will be punished as per the law.
There are thousands of cow in the street of Nepal and if you know the owner, please inform the nearby police station and they will be definitely punished.
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