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Thursday, February 22, 2024

Hindu youth faces threats for responding to Nihal Khan who abused Hindu deities

In a concerning turn of events, a heated social media dispute between a Hindu youth and one Nihal Khan has taken a dangerous turn. Nihal Khan from Gujarat made derogatory remarks about the Hindu deity Mahadev and emperor Chhatrapati Shivaji on Instagram. In retaliation, a 17-year-old Hindu boy from Madhubani, Bihar, expressed his anger by allegedly posting offensive comments about Muslims.

(Source: X Platform User Named AshwiniSahaya)

The situation escalated when some members of the Muslim community selectively shared only the Hindu youth’s response in various groups, sparking severe threats against him. Personal details of the youth were maliciously circulated on social media, particularly from Rajkot, Gujarat, forcing him into hiding for his safety.

The Muslim community has exerted pressure on the Jaynagar Police Station in Madhubani, Bihar, urging action based on the edited comments, leading to the filing of a complaint against the youth, who is currently being sought by the police.

Despite the impending wedding of the youth’s sister, he is unable to return home due to the threats against him. The gravity of the situation is exacerbated by the false FIR, preventing him from seeking help from the police. An appeal is now made to the Bihar administration to conduct a fair and unbiased investigation, providing necessary assistance and security to the affected Hindu family during this tumultuous time.

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