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Two Hindu girls drugged, abducted and raped by Muslim men: Bareilly, UP

Two Hindu girls were drugged and abducted by a group of 4 Muslims and raped by 2 of them. Both survivors are from SC (Scheduled Caste) community.

One of the survivors, a resident of Bareilly, said that on January 30 she was called on some pretext by two acquaintances, Naved and Nadeem, residents of Ishapur village, Bhojipura. She went to meet them along with 2 other girls. The accused asked them to come for a drive in their car. Enroute, Irfan and Sajid also got in.

Then they had a meal in a hotel in Bahedi. The accused had drugged the food, and all 3 girls lost their senses soon after. Then the accused turned the car towards Nainital, while Naved raped her in the moving car.

When she regained full consciousness, she found they were being held hostage in a guest house in Nainital. There, Nadeem raped one of her friends. When the girls resisted, they were locked in a room. On Monday morning, they somehow managed to come out and told the guest house supervisor and called their families. The guest house supervisor only advised them to stay in a different room and then left.

By then, three of the accused had fled from the spot. When the family members reached Nainital and rescued the girls, they found one accused, Irfan, in a drunken state. Incredibly, they say that they did not get much help from police in Nainital, so left the next morning taking Irfan along with them after tying his hands.

The survivor said that when they were coming back, Irfan somehow managed to free his hands and tried to strangle her. When her family intervened, he became more violent. Luckily, they managed to reach the police station and hand him over.

Bahedi SHO Sunil Ahlawat said that all four accused have been charged for rape, illegal confinement, and under SC-ST Act. Two have been arrested, and police is on the lookout for the other two.

Such heinous crimes never make it to front pages of our MSM, especially ELM (English-language media). Their interest is only piqued if a Hathras-like tragedy occurs where a girl from an SC community died and it was later alleged that she had been ‘raped and murdered’ by those from the Thakur community. The entire case was hijacked, facts distorted and professional left activists infiltrated the victim’s family to instigate them. Islamists also headed to Hathras, looking to stoke a caste riot. Vulture journalists like India Today’s Tanushree Pandey camped out at the village for days, pressurizing the victim’s family to give statements against the UP administration.

Now, an open-and-shut case of rape of two girls has come to light, and there was even an attempt to murder one of the survivors. Does this not qualify as ‘news’ for our media outlets? Especially when an assembly election is ongoing in the state where this occurred?

Deep-seated Hinduphobia and extreme political and ideological bias make Lutyens’ media blind to the pattern that is clear for all to see – religiously-indoctrinated Islamist sexual predators targeting Hindu girls forms a disproportionately large chunk of all crimes against women.

Hindus must realize that the majority of English-speaking elites in this country nurse a deep antipathy against them, so they are incapable of empathy or understanding towards us. Their sense of humanity is all but dead, when it comes to Hindu suffering. The fight for justice and dignity of all Hindus and fellow Dharmics has to be fought primarily by those who practise and believe in Dharma.

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2 COMMENTS

  1. And this case came to light: I am sure that a large number of M men raping H girls don’t come to light for various reasons such as “badnaami” etc.

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