Bhopal incident – uttamhindu.com – India The News

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According to the published news, in Tila Jamalpura locality of Bhopal, Muslim youths abducted a young man and tied his belt around his neck., forced to bark like a dog and beaten. The young man who was being beaten kept on begging for mercy saying that I am ready to become Miyan Bhai. After the video of this incident of May 9 was widely circulated on the Internet media, the police became active and on the complaint of the victim, three accused Mohammad Sameer, Faizan Lala and Sahil Bachha were arrested by registering an FIR against six people under the Religious Freedom Act, kidnapping and assault and other sections. Arrested. All three have criminal records. Action has also been taken on them under the National Security Act (Rasuka). The court has sent him to jail in judicial custody for 14 days. On the other hand, the administration broke the illegal portion of the houses of the three accused with a hammer. Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has also given instructions for strict action. Vijay Ramchandani, a resident of Panchavati Colony of Indra Vihar, is working in the private sector. Vijay’s family lived in the Harijan settlement of Tila Jamalpura till three months ago.

His neighbors of criminal nature Mohd Sameer, Faizan Lala and Mohd Sahil along with three other accomplices were torturing him and his family. The victim’s family left after selling the house, but they did not stop chasing Vijay. On the night of May 9, while returning from the wedding, Faizan, Sahil and Sameer stopped Vijay on Ram Mandir Road and assaulted him. Later Bilal, Mufid and Sahil Bachha also came. All took Vijay at knife point to the corner of the PGBT College ground and then started beating him. They were pressurizing Vijay to convert to Islam and eat meat. The accused called up Vijay’s brother and threatened him and released Vijay after a lot of pleading. Lokesh told that on May 9, Tila had gone to Jamalpura police station to complain about conversion, kidnapping and assault, but was chased away laughingly by station in-charge Anurag Lal. We went to lodge an FIR not once but five times, but the station in-charge used to drive us away every time. Now the station in-charge has been made the line spot. According to Lokesh, the accused used to torture his brother every day. Out of fear, Vijay used to steal money from the house and give it to them. Father has died of cancer. Vijay is at home, me, my mother and younger brother. To avoid such an environment, we sold a house worth 22 lakhs for only 16 lakhs and were forced to go to Lalghati. According to ACP Umer Tiwari, the accused were blackmaning Vijay by showing him a video of a fight by posing as a dog. One day Vijay took the video by paying money to the accused and got it broadcasted on different mediums of internet media himself.

The tactic adopted by the fanatics to convert was inhuman, but the sad thing is that when the victim’s family told their painful story in front of the police, the police took it lightly and did not take any action without understanding the seriousness of the matter. Sadly, the family had to sell their house cheaply and leave.

What happened in Bhopal happens in almost every area where Hindus are in minority. Instead of facing everyday problems, non-Muslim families are forced to leave the area to save their honour. For the safety of Hindu families who live in Muslim-dominated areas, a concrete policy has to be adopted at both the society and the government level.

In Muslim countries, the condition of non-Muslims, especially Hindus, is pitiable, but in India, where Muslims are in minority, the society and the government will have to keep an eye on the ongoing policy of harassing non-Muslims and converting them. Support and protection will have to be given to the oppressed Hindu families, only then such incidents can be controlled.

– Irwin Khanna (Chief Editor, Dainik Uttam Hindu)

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