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Tuesday, May 30, 2023

Are Muslim youth being paid 25 lakhs for marrying & converting Hindu girls?

If reports are to be believed, Muslim youth are being paid 25 lakhs for marrying and converting Hindu girls. In Congress-ruled Rajasthan, a grooming case has revealed the ugly truth of Islamists handing out monetary rewards for trapping Hindu girls. However, we must emphasize that money is not the only motivation for Islamists indulging in grooming jihad.

A report by OpIndia in this regard notes:

In Jaipur, Rajasthan’s capital city, a shocking case of love jihad has emerged, in which the accused Kalu Khan and two others threatened the victim’s mother, saying they would kidnap her daughter once she reached adulthood on July 15. They said they will do it because their community awards 25 lakh rupees for marrying a Hindu girl and converting her to Islam.

The accused also said that if the girl’s family members tried to interfere in the matter, they would meet the fate of Kanhaiya Lal. A case has been lodged at the Jaisinghpura Khor police station in Jaipur, and an inquiry into the matter of love jihad has been initiated.

According to media sources, the victim’s mother has filed a police complaint. She said in her complaint that Asalan and Kalu Khan harassed her teenage daughter repeatedly when she was a student at a school in the Chaksu neighborhood. They had even kidnapped the girl about a year earlier, the cops found the girl after a complaint was filed. A few days later, the accused abducted the girl yet again. Later, she was found and taken to a shelter house by Mansarovar police. Since then, she has remained there.

The duo threatened the girl’s mother and told her they would kidnap their daughter again after she turned 18 on July 15. The accused said he would kill or divorce her as money was the only motivation for the marriage. Jaisinghpura Khor Police Station’s SHO Satpal Yadav confirmed that they had received the complaint. He stated they are investigating the matter and have been apprised of earlier similar incidents too.

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