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Tuesday, May 21, 2024

Two teenage Hindu girls abducted by Mohd Salman & Tauhid Khan in two separate incidents reported from Meerut, conversion suspected: UP

Two teenage girls from Kankarkheda and Mawana areas in Uttar Pradesh’s (UP) Meerut have been kidnapped by youths from the Muslim community, leading to a search by their families and police complaints.

In the first incident, a girl from a village in Kankarkheda went missing on April 5. She was last seen with Mohammad Salman, a resident of Kankarkheda. Despite informing the police, she has not been found, and her mobile phone has also been switched off. A case has been registered against Mohammad Salman based on her father’s complaint.

In the second incident in Mawana, a 15-year-old teenager pursuing her studies and residing at her maternal uncle’s house disappeared on April 8. Investigations revealed that a youth named Tauhid Khan from the village had kidnapped her. The family has filed a case, expressing concern that the girl may be converted to Islam.

Hindu organisations and BJP (Bharatiya Janata Party) leaders were also apprised of the situation. Search is on for both the victims. Further police investigations are underway. The Islamic conversion mafia is targeting young Hindu girls for conversion to Islam, and hence, the apprehensions of the families aren’t unfounded.

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