In Bharatpur, Rajasthan, cow smugglers fire at police and try to run them over.

Two armed cow smugglers opened fire at the police quick response team (QRT) and threatened to run them over . Police returned fire, chased them, and captured one smuggler, rescued 24 cows .

JAPUR (Jappur): On Thursday, two armed cow smugglers opened fire at the police quick response team (QRT) and threatened to run them over in Sent village, near Kumher police station area of Bharatpur.However, the police returned fire, chased them, and captured one smuggler, rescued 24 cows, and siezed the caracasses of a cow and a bull from the vehicle.After receiving reports on cow smugglers from Bharatpur to Haryana, a team of QRT officers and other policemen began inspecting vehicles and barricaded streets, according to police.On Thursday, the incident happened about 4 a.m. Our team ordered the vehicle that was smuggling cows to stop.

According to Bharatpur SP Shyam Singh, we chased and arrested one cow smuggler, identified as Mustaq (45), a native of Nooh Mewat in Haryana, who was caught on video.One of the perpetrators escaped from the scene.They also threatened to chase the police officers over by speeding towards them.The cattle were discovered to be in a very poor condition when the container in the truck was examined.

We also recovered the bodies of one cow and a bull.The smugglers have been charged with breaking the IPC Constitutional Code and breaking the Rajasthan Bovine Ordinance.According to him, plans are underway to arrest the second smuggler who managed to flee.Cows being smuggled down this year.

These animals are butchered in Haryana's Nooh Mewat region.Singh said the number of cow smuggling cases has decreased this year as many police teams have been stationed for night patrolling in Bharatpur's border zones.The district of Bharatpur shares borders with Uttar Pradesh and Haryana.