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Thursday, July 25, 2024

Hindus protesting peacefully to demand action on Love Jihad beaten up by police in Congress-ruled Chhattisgarh

A case of police brutality has come to light from Congress-ruled Chhattisgarh. The incident took place in Jashpur where Hindus were protesting peacefully against love jihad.

According to available information, Hindus had gathered at Jashpur District headquarters to demand action against an alleged case of love jihad. Video shared by former MP Vishnu Deo Sai shows a police officer assaulting one of the protestors. It is pertinent to note that the assault comes without provocation.

Jashpur has become a den of Christian proselytization that reported a case of a minor vanvasi girl being groomed by a Muslim man. The police under the anti-Hindu Congress are emboldened enough to behave in such a high-handed manner. Unless such officials are held accountable and brought to justice, the common public is bound to suffer.

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