Animal meat in pieces discovered in Isanpur, one held

Mohammed Faizan Shaikh, 26, was arrested for dropping chopped animal meat in Isanpur neighbourhood . Shaikh, a licensed broker, was arrested on suspicion of making the environment noxious to the body .

AHMEDABAD: According to a statement by the department, a 26-year-old man from the city's Vatva district was arrested on Friday for reportedly dropping chopped animal meat in the Isanpur neighbourhood, causing more instability in the neighborhood.According to a press release from the city crime department, Mohammed Faizan Shaikh, a resident of Rakhial, was seized from Rakhial with the help of technological and human intelligence.According to an FIR filed with Isanpur police, Rohit Desai, a Vatva resident, spotted a crowd around the head of a dead animal near Bhagwannagar village in Govindwadi on Friday.Desai said in the FIR that he is into the trade of animal husbandry because he is into the business of animal husbandry.

According to the FIR, Desai and others discovered a bag filled with chopped animal meat weighing about 50 kilograms near that place.Desai said in the FIR that a man on a scooter veered from the spot after dumping the animal meat.Samples of the meat were sent to the FSL for examination, according to police.According to FSL research, the meat was not made from cows, according to Isanpur police inspector D D Gohil.

On his scooter, he would transport meat from Rakhial to his shop in Vatva.One of his bags fell from his scooter on Friday morning.Shaikh was thrashing by some people who saw it and began to attack him.Shaikh struck a bumper and slid onto the road where the head of a goat fell.

Shaikh was arrested by police in Isanpur on suspicion of IPC section 278 (making the environment noxious to the body), as well as charges of the Animal Welfare Act, the Animal Care Act, and the Gujarat Police Act.