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K’taka: Bajrang Dal allegedly demonstrated outside a mosque

They were apparently protesting the arrest of one of its members, Nitesh, in connection with harassing a minor Muslim girl in Karnataka’s Chikkamagaluru

Sabrangindia 18 Jan 2023

Millat TimesImage: Twitter / Millat Times


A video has surfaced on Twitter where some people holding saffron flags can be heard shouting indiscernible slogans outside a mosque. The video is said to be Bajrang Dal members demonstrating outside a mosque in Shimoga, Karnataka.

As per Millat Times, a group of Bajrang Dal members  raised slogans outside a mosque and some Muslims retaliated by raising slogans of “Allahu Akbar”. The reason behind this demonstration by Bajrang Dal was that one of its members, Sunil Kumar, was arrested in connection with the harassing a minor Muslim girl. He was allegedly forcing her to convert her religion.

 

 

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K’taka: Bajrang Dal allegedly demonstrated outside a mosque

They were apparently protesting the arrest of one of its members, Nitesh, in connection with harassing a minor Muslim girl in Karnataka’s Chikkamagaluru

Millat TimesImage: Twitter / Millat Times


A video has surfaced on Twitter where some people holding saffron flags can be heard shouting indiscernible slogans outside a mosque. The video is said to be Bajrang Dal members demonstrating outside a mosque in Shimoga, Karnataka.

As per Millat Times, a group of Bajrang Dal members  raised slogans outside a mosque and some Muslims retaliated by raising slogans of “Allahu Akbar”. The reason behind this demonstration by Bajrang Dal was that one of its members, Sunil Kumar, was arrested in connection with the harassing a minor Muslim girl. He was allegedly forcing her to convert her religion.

 

 

Related:

Maharashtra: At Shaurya Path Sanchalan event, Shankar Gaikar makes anti-Muslim statements

Worship Swords instead of books or pens: Pramod Muthalik

Hate watch: “Keep your knives sharp” says terror accused Pragya Thakur

Following Pragya Thakur's example, Sadhvi Aastha Maa justifies keeping weapons/knife at home

Karnataka: Hate speech increased four fold, moral policing by hindu vigilantes on the rise

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