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Tuesday, April 23, 2024

Islamists sexually abuse youth for a week for playing Bajrang Bali during Sri Ram Pran Pratishtha: Gujarat

Islamists atrocities are crossing limits with each passing day. Horrific news of a youth being subjected to week-long sexual abuse by a group of Muslim youths has come to the fore from Gujarat’s Banaskantha. He was reportedly ‘punished’ for playing Bajrang Bali during Sri Ram Pran Pratisththa celebrations. The despicable incident took place in Hadad village. The identity of the victim is unknown.

The incident caused tremendous anger among locals, with shopkeepers observing a bandh. Local Hindus and Hindu organizations, including Bajrang Dal, approached Banaskantha police, demanding justice. Speaking to the media, one of the locals said that the incident immensely angered them and appealed to the police to punish the culprits. He said that the police had not registered any FIR in the matter, so locals gathered to press to file FIR against the accused. Following this, the local said an FIR was registered.

Locals said Hindu samaj would take appropriate steps to ensure the Muslim youths involved in the crime are punished if the police fail to take strict action. They also demanded that the government and police take steps to ensure such an incident is not repeated.

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