Protesters smelt hands for beef eaters in OU

The Osmania University cops, who booked eight cases of violence during the beef controversy, say that they have received complaints alleging that rioters had smelt the hands of students and had beaten up if they smelt of meat. However, peace returned to the campus on Tuesday with the police intensifying patrolling on the campus and around the hostels.

The assistant commissioner of police, Kacheguda, Mr Ranjan Rathan Kumar, said, “We have booked cases and counter cases pertaining to the incidents and are verifying the claims. Those who were beaten up alleged that the rioters smelled their hands and attacked them for eating beef.”