Muslim shopkeeper mixes Cow Beef in Samosa, arrested after lab test

People’s religious sentiments are being violated in Surat, Gujarat, and that too in a deceitful manner. This case was registered a few days ago, in which the accused has been arrested and his video is going viral on social media. The accused is Ismail Yusuf, a resident of Kosadi village in Mangrol Panchayat, who runs a samosa shop. It has been discovered that he uses beef (cow meat) to fill the samosas. then he sells to their customers.

The police have also seized 45 samosas from Yusuf’s shop. The seized samosas have been sent for examination to the Regional Justice Assistant Science School in Surat. The forensic officer’s certificate confirms the presence of beef in the seized samosas.

Following this, the Gujarat police have initiated preliminary action and are proceeding with further necessary steps. Under investigation, Ismail Yusuf confessed that he used to buy beef from Nagen Vasava alias Simon Vasava and Suleman alias Sullu Salim Bheekhu to make samosas. He also revealed that Suleman and Simon slaughter cows near the river in Kosadi village.

This is a highly vile act, and one cannot imagine how many people have unknowingly consumed these samosas from his shop. The accused takes advantage of their trust and feeds them beef, thus violating their religious beliefs. It is now crucial to ensure before making any purchases know where and what you are buying, as there have been numerous cases in recent years where people have been selling food items adulterated in evil ways, like spitting on chapatis.

Efforts must be made by authorities to investigate such cases thoroughly, identify any potential networks involved, and take appropriate legal action against those responsible. Additionally, raising awareness about food safety and promoting consumer education is crucial to prevent the recurrence of such disturbing incidents. Communities need to remain vigilant and informed, fostering a culture of trust and transparency to safeguard against such disturbing incidents in the future.

Sweta Dagar is an avid reader and writer. She hails from Bulandshahr (U.P) where she completed her formap education. She loves exploring varieties of topics that shape the public opinion at large. If you have any queries, feel free to contact her at [email protected].