In yet another instance of a hate crime against Hindus, Dinesh of Agra was beaten up severely by Muslim factory owners in the Fatehpur Sikri area of Agra in UP. His crime was that he asked carpet-manufacturing units in his area to remove carpets that were strewn on the road making it hard for him to negotiate his motorcycle down the narrow roads in that particular area.
He is recuperating in the hospital and a police case has been registered and a few suspects have been rounded up by the police.
Though Hindus dominate the area number-wise, many businesses are under Muslim control and they form the more affluent community. The carpet industry is one such industry dominated by so-called ‘minorities’. It is also alleged that the area is a no-go zone for Hindus and that the Muslim traders indulge in violence at the slightest provocation.
When Dinesh asked the shop owners to remove the carpets, they assembled a crowd and started beating up the young man with hockey sticks. The criminals then threatened Dinesh with a pistol and dragged him into the godown of one Rahimuddin. It is alleged that the rich Muslim business owners use their political and social influence to silence the Hindus in that area.
Once inside the godown, he was again mercilessly beaten. Not content and to further intimidate the local Hindu community, the assailants pelted stones at Dinesh’s house. They then proceeded to molest Dinesh’s sister. Such violence is used by the radical-minded ‘minorities’ to ensure total domination and it is happening in pockets all over Bharat. Had it happened the other way around (especially in UP) even the international ‘unbiased’ media would have descended like vultures on Agra.
Dinesh has named 22 persons so far out of which 10 have been arrested following an FIR that was registered by Omprakash, the victim’s father. The FIR states that Akbar, Firoz, Shakir, and Sultan were involved in kidnapping the youth. They have been arrested. The others arrested include Usmani, Vakeel, Iqbal, Idris, and Shanno.
This is what Dinesh had to say about the incident to Rashtra Jyoti, an online news portal:
“They [Muslims] did this to show their dominance and establish fear in the local populace. They escalate petty matters into full-blown violence so that a message is sent out to the larger Hindu community in the area.”
Picking up fights over minor issues and then using that as a justification for mob violence is a favored tactic of Muslim lumpens. Here are some past examples from the same region where Dinesh was attacked-
Hindu youth murdered, locality terrorized in Firozabad, UP after minor road accident
Muslim mob attacks Hindus with guns & rods, destroys shops, molests women in Agra, UP after minor bike accident
Hindu SC man battered to death by Muslim neighbours in Firozabad UP for objecting to their sleeping on his roof.
Muslim mob attacks dairy shop owner who objected to harassment of girls – Firozabad, UP
Hindu woman and her minor son thrashed with belts and sticks in Firozabad, UP by a Muslim mob over minor bike accident
How long will this intimidation continue? Haven’t the Hindus in Bharat suffered enough atrocities at the hands of kafir-hating invaders ? Even after partition of our ancient land to form 2 Muslim theocratic nations, and 70 years after Independence, we are still being hounded and driven out of so many such ‘sensitive’ zones – Kairana, Mewat, Kashmir, Sundar Nagri, lower Assam, WB border districts etc. Where are the human rights activists?
Even the local media was muted about the incident and had like-minded journalists not inquired, this unfortunate event too would have been quickly buried. That a petty spat turned out so bad that even after one month (the incident happened on the 14th of February) the young man has not been able to get back on his feet or go back to work, is deplorable.
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