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Islamist reportedly brainwashed & eloped with a Hindu girl, Hindu organisations demand swift action: Anuppur, MP

In a shocking turn of events, a Hindu girl has reportedly eloped with a man from the Islamist community in Madhya Pradesh’s (MP) Anuppur, sparking allegations of love jihad and manipulative tactics by the Islamist. The incident has sparked uproar in the local community, with concerns raised over the girl’s safety and the circumstances surrounding her disappearance. The Hindu family resides in the Bhaalumada police station area of Anuppur district.

According to sources close to the family, the girl, whose name has been withheld for privacy reasons, was befriended by a man from the Islamist community, whose identity remains undisclosed, leading to allegations of manipulation. Based on the reports from ETV Bharat, the situation came to light when the girl’s father stumbled upon Islamic literature concealed within her school books, raising suspicions about her recent activities and suggesting potential Islamist indoctrination by the perpetrator.

Tragically, the girl’s mother, who could have potentially provided guidance and support in this tumultuous time, passed away several years ago, leaving the family grappling with the ordeal alone.

Vigilance against love jihad: Bajrang Dal came for rescue

Bajrang Dal Karyakartas have urged authorities to swiftly locate and rescue the girl, emphasizing concerns about her well-being and the perceived threat to Hindu-Muslim relations in the region. They have also threatened to hold protests.

In response to mounting pressure, local law enforcement agencies have initiated an investigation into the matter. Police officials are working diligently to gather information, analyze evidence, and trace the whereabouts of the missing girl and her companion.

Amidst mounting concerns over a case of alleged love jihad in Anuppur, Hindu organizations have intensified their efforts to seek justice for a missing Hindu girl. It’s been over a month since the young girl reportedly eloped with a Muslim man, leaving her family distraught and the community in turmoil.

Religious indoctrination: documents found in abducted Hindu girl’s books

Documents related to religious conversion were discovered concealed within the books belonging to the daughter. The girl was reportedly abducted from her home by a youth from the Muslim community, prompting her father to report the incident to the local police station. Despite efforts by the authorities to locate both individuals, they remain untraceable.

The presence of religious papers in the girl’s books has raised suspicions within the family, leading them to believe that the youth may have attempted to influence her religious beliefs through education. The family suspects the involvement of love jihad and the coercion of religious conversion. The authorities continue their search efforts, but as of now, there have been no significant developments in the case.

Recurring concern: Islamists’ manipulative tactics

Bajrang Dal has consistently supported Hindu communities during times of need and tirelessly raised awareness about the manipulative agendas of Islamists. The radical ideology of Islamists has led to instances of forced conversion and religious coercion against Hindu girls across Bharat for several years. Recently, in Karnataka, a few cases of religious manipulation have come to light, yet many Hindus remain unaware. However, organizations like Bajrang Dal and VHP are steadfast in their commitment to rescue and protect Hindus from Islamist predators.

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