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Hindu Teen Murdered & Thrown into River by Muslim Friends for Ransom – West Bengal

A 17-year-old teenage boy Avishek Chaubey, alias Prince was murdered by his three Muslim friends Mohammed Sarfaraz, Mohammed Wakil and Mohammed Zahid in North 24 Parganas district of West Bengal. The Class 12  student, a resident of Purbasha, had been missing since January 20. The three accused have been arrested by the police.

After being arrested, one of the accused Mohammed Zahid said, “I had thrown Avishek like a cigarette”.

Teen Murdered
Murdered teen Avishek Chaubey (Courtesy: Ananda Bazar)

According to this report in Asian Age

“A teenaged boy was murdered after he was allegedly abducted by his friends at Jagaddal in North 24 Parganas two weeks ago. The police has arrested three accused. Avishek Choubey alias Prince (17), was a resident of Purbasha. The Class 12  student had been missing since January 20.

Avishek’s elder sister said, “My brother was supposed to go to private tution. But his three friends: Mohammed Sarfaraz, Mohammed Wakil and Moahmmed Zahid came and called him. He went out at around 5 on that day. At around 8.45 we got a call from his friends who demanded Rs 10 lakhs as ransom since he was kidnapped.”

Later, the family received SMSes and calls further.

A complaint was lodged with the police. Avishek’s family members agreed but they wanted to talk to him once. The accused however hiked the amount of ransom to Rs 15 lakhs. Avishek’s family members agreed with it too.

But they were asked to travel to Sealdah sometimes Naihati railway station.

They visited both the places but they alleged that no one was present to collect the money. Tracing the tower location of the ransom call the police arrested Sarfaraz, Wakil and Zahid on Saturday night.

During interrogation, the trio confessed that they strangulated Avishek to death before throwing the body from the Jubilee Bridge in Naihati in the river Hooghly after abducting him. Recently a decomposed body was recovered from Uttarpara ferry ghat on the banks of river Hooghly.”

A Bengali report in Ananda Bazar further informs us that the accused chillingly told police that they pushed Avishek into the Hooghly river like one disposes of a cigarette.

A pattern of similar crimes is emerging across the country. In July 2017, 14-year-old Yogesh, son of a poor domestic worker in Delhi’s Shahadra, was held hostage for money and then brutally murdered by his minor Muslim friends.

There have also been several cases of Hindu girls being lured by their Muslim friends to go out on harmless sounding trips, only for the girl ending up being sexually exploited, even gang-raped. Last month, a 15-year-old out to see Saraswati Puja pandals with her Muslim boyfriend and 3 others was gang raped. In Dec last year, another 15-year-old girl was gang-raped by three men after she had gone to an annual Sufi fair with her friend Salman, whom she knew as Rajesh. Once at the fair, Salman called five of his friends and they took the girl to a guesthouse where three of them took turns to rape her.

Our politically correct elites will shy away from saying this but attitudes of the current generation of Muslim youth need an urgent course correction, because currently they are fed with a steady diet of Islamic supremacism and taught to look down upon Hindus as immoral sub-humans (‘idol worshipping kafirs’). If not checked soon, such attitudes and preying on Hindus will invite a severe backlash and tear apart the social fabric of the nation.

(We thank @trunils for sharing this news with us)

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