Cattle workers “beaten up” by Indian animal rights group

People for Animals

ANIMAL rights activists reportedly beat up three men in South Delhi for transporting buffaloes.

The offenders are believed to be members of the NGO People for Animals (PFA) group.

PFA is the largest animal welfare organisation in India with a nationwide network of 26 hospitals, 165 units and 2.5 million members.

According to the news reports, a mini truck transporting buffaloes was stopped in the Kalkaji area where the men were assaulted.

The police said that even though the men didn’t suffer major injuries, they were significantly frightened.

After the incident buffaloes were handed over to the Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.

PFA has denied their involvement in the attack.

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