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Nagpur: Minor Hindu girls made to wear hijab by Jamaat-e-Islami activists

A group of Muslim women belonging to the women’s wing of Jamaat-e-Islami Hind was seen distributing pamphlets ‘celebrating’ Hijab Day on Saturday in Maharashtra’s Nagpur close to the CM house. The women were also encouraging Hindu minor girls in the age group of 15-25 to wear the Hijab.

As per available information, the incident took place at Walker’s street that is situated near the residence of the CM. A video of the incident circulating on social media shows locals raising objections to the women getting minor girls to sport the hijab.

In the video, a heated argument ensues between the Muslim women and locals where the women are seen arguing with the former stating that the girls were sporting the hijab of their own accord and they hadn’t ‘forced’ them to do so. Woke HINO (Hindus in name only) Hindu girls also argue with the local and state that they are 17 years when one of the Muslim women intervenes to say that the girls are 18 in what appears to be an attempt to hide the fact that minor non-Muslim girls were being manipulated to celebrate the hijab day.

The local man also explains how the women distributing the pamphlets manipulate Hindus step-by-step in order to convert them to Islam. It must be mentioned here that the man also politely tells the Muslim women not to get Hindu girls to wear the Islamic symbol of Islam.

OpIndia notes “the Muslim women who had gathered to get non-Muslim girls to wear one started screaming and yelling, drowning the voice of the local residents. The three non-Muslim girls, of which at least one was a minor, claimed that they wore the hijab out of their own free will”.

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The pamphlet distributed by the women was distributed on 4 September to get Hindu girls to wear the hijab while 1 February is observed as world hijab day annually. Finally, the locals approached the police and filed a complaint against this blatant attempt to push the Jamaat-e-Islami conversion agenda.

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Speaking to the media, one of the complainants stated “this morning as we were out on our morning walk we saw about 15-20 hijab sporting Muslim women were forcing Hindu girls to wear the hijab in the name of hijab day. The women further said that anyone can wear the hijab while adding they themselves said they were wearing the hijab despite being Hindus”.

Clarifying that it appeared to be a planned incident, the local said that the women then moved towards the CM bungalow where their husbands or brothers were waiting in their scooters to take these women away. They immediately complained to the police who arrived at the spot.

The locals then handed the pamphlet to the police stating that everyone should celebrate world hijab day. Since the complainants didn’t know the identity of the women, they apprised the police of the scooter numbers noted by them.

A Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) leader stated that they condemn such incidents while adding that it was a matter of shame that such instances resembling Afghanistan’s burqa and sharia laws were happening in the city of Nagpur. The case is being currently probed by the Nagpur police.

“Girls Islamic Organisation is the women’s wing of Jamaat-e-Islami Hind, an Islamic organization that was formed in 1948 in Jamia Nagar, Delhi. It was founded as an offshoot of Jamaat-e-Islami which was split into separate organizations after the partition of Bharat in 1947. Jamaat-e-Islami Hind was twice banned by the Government of Bharat informs” OpIndia.

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