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Book Review: ‘The Girl From Kathua: A Sacrificial Victim Of Ghazwa-e-Hind’ by Madhu Purnima Kishwar

“Book Review: The Girl From Kathua: A Sacrificial Victim Of Ghazwa-e-Hind By Madhu Purnima Kishwar”, The Commune Mag, April 11, 2023:

“The book pertains to a sensational crime in 2018 that shook India. An eight-year-old girl was kidnapped on January 10, 2018, gang-raped and murdered after being sedated for four days in a small village temple near Jammu. On June 10, 2019, a special court sentenced three people to life imprisonment “till last breath,” while three others were handed down five years in jail and a Rs 50,000 fine each. One juvenile was also convicted. The Hindu community has been demonized in the process, which panned out for months.

The book, “The Girl from Kathua: A Sacrificial Victim of Ghazwa-e-Hind” by Madhu Purnima Kishwar, claims to expose an underlying evil misinformation campaign and a sinister jihadi plot to persecute Hindus and change the religious demography of Jammu.

The book, a first on the case, investigates the case, starting from April 2018, wherein she found the “bizarre, absurd charge sheet full of gaping holes,” alleging that the police tortured hundreds of innocents into giving false testimonies.

It took almost five years for the author to complete, amply showing the painstaking laborious research and, in the instant case, a hazardous one too. It relentlessly investigates the absurdities in the case and finds utmost callousness and even collusion among the powers that be. It went on to show how Mehbooba Mufti, often taking a cue from ISI, shepherded the narrative and saw to it that Hindus and India were vilified…”

Read the full article at TheCommuneMag.com

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