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Tuesday, November 28, 2023

Muslim gym trainer booked for hiding religion from wife before marriage: Indore, MP

In yet another grooming jihad case, gym trainer Mustafa was booked under MP’s Freedom of Religion Act for hiding his Islamic religious identity from his Hindu wife before marriage. The pregnant woman found out his real identity when he produced his identity card at a maternity hospital where they had gone for her check up.

When the husband, a gym trainer, produced his ID, his wife realized that the man she knew as Gabbar was actually Mustafa, said police. She filed a complaint. Indore’s Dwarkapuri police station in-charge Satish Dwivedi said Mustafa has been booked under MP Dharm Swatantrata Adhiniyam 2020 for hiding his identity from his bride before marriage.

Police said that the complainant had met Mustafa a little over a year ago at a birthday party, where he had identified himself as Gabbar.

Interestingly, a tweet posted by a ‘secular’ journalist who writes for propaganda sites like The Wire Newsclick, Congress mouthpiece National Herald etc. claims that cops filed the case after ‘Bajrang Dal created a ruckus.’ He also shared a video of a policeman addressing the media, where the officer says “The accused (Mustafa) used to assault and abuse the girl, and yesterday too he had threatened her.”

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