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Maharashtra: Hindu wedding attacked with stones for playing songs of Lord Ram, slogans of ‘Pakistan Zindabad’ raised by the attackers

“Maharashtra: Hindu wedding attacked with stones for playing songs of Lord Ram, slogans of ‘Pakistan Zindabad’ raised by the attackers”, Opindia, May 18, 2023:

“On Wednesday, a group of people from a specific community pelted stones at a Hindu wedding procession in Chikhli religion of Buldhana district in Maharashtra, objecting to a song played on the DJ system during the procession. The massive stone pelting began as the people from the community heard songs of Lord Ram being played on the DJ system.

They also are said to have raised the slogans of ‘Pakistan Zindabad’ before pelting stones at the procession. The mob first objected to the music and then asked the people from the procession to stop playing the songs of Lord Ram.

The mob also asked the participants to stop dancing to the said music. The incident is said to have happened while the procession was passing through the Sailani Nagar area of ​​Chikhli city in Buldhana district….”

Read the full article at Opindia.com

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