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Hindus in Haldwani display remarkable valour: Men chanting ‘Jai Shri Ram’ saved policemen from rioters, women used scarves to bandage injured

“Hindus in Haldwani display remarkable valour: Men chanting ‘Jai Shri Ram’ saved policemen from rioters, women used scarves to bandage injured”, Opindia, February 14, 2024:

“In Haldwani, Uttarakhand, there was a fierce attack on the police administration that went to remove illegal occupation on Thursday (8th February). In this attack in the Banbhulpura area, apart from stone pelting, swords were brandished and bullets were also fired. Abdul Malik is said to be the mastermind of the violence by Islamist mobs that affected thousands of civilians, hundreds of policemen and dozens of journalists. So far, the police have arrested 36 rioters and a hunt is on for the rest.

In such circumstances, some individuals risked their lives to not only thwart further harm by rioters but also to safeguard the lives of police officers. The OpIndia team reached the Hindu-dominated Gandhinagar area of Haldwani where the violent mob could not enter the city further due to the resistance of the people.

When we reached Gandhinagar, we found paramilitary personnel deployed there along with the Uttarakhand Police. No one was allowed to crowd the streets. Police sirens echoed incessantly…..”

Read the full article at Opindia.com

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