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Catholic man lynched by cow vigilantes in Jharkhand

June 28, 2019

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CWN Editor's Note: The eastern Indian state of Jharkand (map) is 68% Hindu, 15% Muslim, and 4% Christian, with 13% adhering to indigenous Sarnaism and other religions. The cow vigilantes are Hindu extremists who, holding cows sacred, are enraged by dairy farmers, others who work with cows, and those who eat beef.

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