A terrorist organisation has threatened to blow up the old Hanuman Temple in Lucknow if the police does not let off two terror accused arrested by the UP Anti Terrorist Squad recently. The two terrorists were recently arrested from Kakori area of Lucknow.
The threat was delivered through a letter received by registered post to the manager of the temple. The sender’s name on the envelope is Joginder Singh from Khadra.
The letter has demanded that the terrorists be released by August 14 or they will bomb the temple. The letter also mentions that offices of RSS are on its list. It also mentions that 10 Hindu citizens of Lucknow are also on the target of jihadi organisations. The letter is written in Devnagri script in Urdu language.
Starting with a Islamic prayer, it declares “jihad against the Kafirs in the exalted name of Allah” in the heading. It demands that the mujahids(those who do jihad) who have been arrested by the “absolutely communal government” be released and government should not test the patience of “our community.”
It mentions that major temples of Hindus and RSS offices are already on their target. It further says that 10 Hindus, who are “agitating against Islam and Muslims”, shall have their “throats cut and sent to hell.”
In true jihadi fashion, the letter further says that “Every hole in the body of Hindu women will be filled with revenge of Muslims!”, which no doubt is a threat to brutally rape women as is the custom of jihadis world over and what they did in medieval Bharat. Incidentally, the products of those rapes now consider themselves victors of Bharat.
The letter gives an ultimatum till 15 August for releasing the terrorists. It says that one day, Nizam-e-Mustafa(Muslim rule) will be established in Bharat and every “wrong will be avenged.” These sentiments are often echoed by Islamists of all varieties.
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