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Saturday, April 13, 2024

Deepak Kumar brutally stabbed by Mohd Tanveer for ‘applying Holi colour’: Begusarai, Bihar

In Bihar’s Begusarai, the joy of Holi turned into tension when Islamist Mohammad Tanveer stabbed another youth for applying colours. This incident led to anger among the people in the area. To manage the situation, the police turned the area into a police cantonment.

The incident occurred when some people were playing Holi on Aloo Chatti Road. A local youth, Tanveer, passing by was also smeared with colours, which led to an argument. The angry youth then took out a knife and attacked the one who applied the colours, injuring him. The injured youth, identified as Deepak Kumar, was taken to a nearby private hospital for treatment. The incident created tension in the city amid the Holi celebrations.

The police acted swiftly and arrested accused Mohammad Tanveer to control the rising anger. Many police, led by the DSP, conducted a flag march to urge people to maintain peace and stay indoors due to the escalating tension. Further investigations into the matter are ongoing. Numerous instances of Islamist attacks on Hindus celebrating Holi were reported from across Bharat. Rising instances of Islamist attacks on every Hindu festival are a matter of concern and need to be addressed with urgency.

(Featured Image Source: Aaj Tak)

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