SDPI appeals to Governor of Gujarat to compensate the family of youth killed by cow vigilantes

By TCN News,

Ahmedabad: The Gujarat Unit of Social Democratic Party of India (SDPI) on Sunday submitted a memorandum with the District Magistrate, Ahmedabad addressed to the Governor of the state and demanded compensation for the family of Mohammed Ayyub who was brutally thrashed and killed by cow vigilantes in Vatva village of Ahmeadabad.

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Vatva Gujarati youths Mohammed Ayyub (29) and Sameer Shaikh (36) were mercilessly beaten by cow vigilantes accusing them of transporting cow. Ayyub succumbed to his injuries on September 16 resulting into the nationwide outrag.

SDPI Gujarat delegation after submitting the memorandum with the DM
SDPI, Gujarat submitting memorandum to DM, Ahmedabad

The memorandum requested Governor to check the case of brutal killing of a youth by cow vigilantes and provide victim’s family with essential sustenance. It also contended that the plight of victim’s family was sad and highly deplorable, as it has suffered unbearable loss considering the fact that deceased was the sole earning member of the family.

Those present on the occasion and handed over the memorandum to the District Magistrate were Imran Memon, Gujarat State General Secretary, Kalpesh Chauhan, Kamala Ben Rathore, Jashoda Ben Shah, Sadik Hussain, Sajid Hindustani and Rafee.

Earlier on July 18, the delegation of SDPI had met family members of Ayyub namely, father Is’haq, mother Meraj Banu, unmarried sister Yasmin Banu, unmarried brother Mohammed Arif and his widow with two siblings, one aged 4 years and the other aged 2 years. The delegation had assured the family of raising voice for them.


Compensate the family of youth killed by cow vigilantes in Gujarat and immediately arrest culprits: SDPI