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Rajasthan: Saddam and Sameer attempt to murder Hindu man in Rajsamand for marrying Muslim woman, arrested

“Rajasthan: Saddam and Sameer attempt to murder Hindu man in Rajsamand for marrying Muslim woman, arrested”, Opindia, March 3, 2024:

“On Tuesday (27th February), the police arrested two accused for carrying out a deadly knife attack on a young Hindu man named Praveen Singh Sisodia in Rajsamand city of Rajasthan.

The accused were identified as Saddam and Sameer Mohammed. As per reports, the duo attacked the victim with a knife on Monday (26th February) and attempted to murder him for marrying a Muslim woman.

While speaking about the matter, Kankroli police station in-charge Hanuwant Singh Sodha informed that Praveen Singh Sisodia married a woman from a ‘different community.’….”

Read the full article at Opindia.com

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