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Delhi High Court transfers to CBI the case involving Delhi violence victim Faizan who was attacked by the mob in police uniform and forced...

The court came down heavily on the Delhi Police and said that the investigation does not inspire confidence as it has done “too-little” and “too-late”; it further remarked that “custodians of the law…seemed to have been driven by bigoted mindsets”

Opposition leaders, activists demand suspension of SP, Kolhapur and judicial inquiry into Vishal-gad Kolhapur violence

In letters and memorandum addressed to CM Shinde and authorities, demands to unveil the “mastermind” behind the targeted violence against Muslims have been made, Shakir Tamboli urges to pause the anti-encroachment drive till the rainy season

Post violence follow-up in Gajapur village of Kolhapur shows Muslims families left with no food, shelter or vehicles, activists blame authorities of being mute...

Activist Medha Pansare highlights the plight of the women and the presence of police in the violence hit-area, which is not letting people provide aid or speak to the affected families; Activist Shakir Tamboli demands the transfer of SP, under whose charge 2 major incidents of targeted violence against Muslims have taken place

Violence, vandalism and arson in Kolhapur, Muslim houses and mosque targeted by mob that had gathered on the call of former RS MP Sambhaji...

Since the past year, Sambhaji Raje had been protesting against “illegal encroachment” on Vishalgarh fort, videos of violent attack show men with saffron flags atop the Mosque with hammers

CJP flags 8 incidents of hate crime including lynchings to National Commission for Minorities

In its joint complaint dated July 10, CJP listed 8 episodes of gruesome hate crimes committed in the months of June-July to the national body for the minorities asking the latter to take concrete actions

Jharkhand: Another case of mob lynching of Muslim man

30-year-old man named Akhtar Ansari, a father of four, was lynched in Tatisilve, Ranchi and Firooz Qureshi was beaten up by three men in the Shamli district

June 2024: 10 violent attacks against cattle transporters and 14 cases of communal violence in various states across India

News of communal violence, mob lynchings, and vigilante attacks on India’s Muslims, Christians, and Sikhs have been arriving daily. Sabrang India compiled the incidents, noting over 10 known cases of vigilante violence against cattle transporters across the country. Additionally, there were 14 incidents of communal violence in various parts of the country, including Odisha, Gujarat, Telangana, and Himachal Pradesh.

Allahabad HC’s recent judgement dubbed “saffron-tinged”, “fuelling fear among Christians,” says United Christian Forum

Raising a crucial question of whether “majoritarianism” is creeping into judicial pronouncements, the UCF, in a statement issued on July 4 has critiqued a July 1 judgement of the Allahabad HC that has made pronouncements on “conversions”

Mohammed Siraj trolled for ‘thanking Allah’ after World Cup victory

As India won the T20 World Cup after 17 years, an ecstatic pacer Mohammed Siraj of team India was faced with trolling on a post celebrating the team’s victory. This news comes in the wake of a report from Gujarat, where a young Muslim man was mobbed to death during a cricket tournament after some locals were unhappy over too many Muslims being in the cricket teams.

Mob beats to death a young Muslim, hostilities had been rising as locals were not happy with Muslims doing well in cricket

In Chikhodara, Anand district, Gujarat, a young Muslim man named Salman Hanifbhai Whora was beaten to death during a cricket match.

Strongly condemn vicious communal assault on Muslims: CPI-M

The CPI-M, a prominent yet numerically small member of the INDIA alliance of opposition parties has, through a statement of its Polit Bureau strongly condemned the spate of hate crimes against Indian Muslims

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United Christian Forum submits detailed memorandum to Minority Affairs minister Kiren Rijiju highlighting targeted violence against Christian Community; demands repeal of anti-conversion laws

The memorandum notes that while on the one hand the community is targeted by fringe elements on the claims of fraudulent conversion, on the other hand the police has been hand-in-glove with right-wing forces and mute spectator in cases involving violence against Christian community