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11 year old madrasa student beaten up
An eleven years old Madrasa student was brutally assaulted by a group that forced him to chant 'Jai Shri Ram'. The incident took place while the boy was on the way to his Madrasa. The boy sustained serious injuries and was admitted to a nearby hospital. The local residents blocked the traffic at NH 34 and the road was reopened 2 hours later with assurance to arrest the perpetrators. Four were arrested while remaining were absconding.
Harassment Physical assault Verbal Abuse
Muslim man brutally assaulted after asking name
Kalam was travelling by bus towards Samastipur when the bus knocked down a bike and created a commotion. The assembled crowd asked the travelers to get down but Kalam stayed in the bus owing to his luggage being in the trunk of the bus. Some men came into the bus and asked him to get down but upon his refusal, they asked him his name and as soon as he pronounced they jumped on him and bashed him inhumanely. After bashing him, all of the perpetrators ran away thinking he was dead. Someone from the travelers informed his family members about his condition and they arrived at the scene and took him to Kartajpur Medical Hospital. The doctors there asked him to be shifted to Darbhanga Medical College Hospital since his condition was critical.
Murder/Lynch Physical assault Threat Verbal Abuse
Mob thrashes doctor, says muslim should leave city
Muslim pediatrician was thrashed by unidentified men near Ardee City on Friday night. Dr. Nurul, who lives near Wazirabad village in Sector 52, was returning home after purchasing milk for iftar in his vehicle when the incident took place. First, they came after beef, now they don’t need any reason at all. In yet another anti-Muslim hate crime in Gurugram. I work as a pediatrician with a private hospital and at present preparing for DM-Cardiology exam. I was returning after buying milk for Iftar in my Baleno car. Suddenly, two men came in a white Fortuner and started abusing me without any reason. When I told them that they are on the wrong side of the road, they called 8-9 more men who brutally thrashed me with sticks. I tried calling police but due to injuries, I fell unconscious on the roadside. Later, the police reached on spot and rushed me to the Civil Hospital,” Nurul told the police. The 30-year-old doctor has received multiple injuries on his head, eyes, face, and legs. Dr. Nurul said he heard two of them say that he was a Muslim and that the community should leave the city otherwise riots will take place.
Breaking vehicles Harassment Hate Speech / Slander Physical assault Threat Verbal Abuse
Cattle trader killed by alleged Cow vigilantes
Tensions ran high in Jammu and Kashmir’s Chenab valley following the killing of a 50-year-old man in an alleged case of cow vigilantism on Thursday. The incident took place around 2 am when the man along with two others was transporting cattle to their village, Bhadarwah’s Mohalla Qilla, were fired upon. While the two others escaped with minor injuries, Naeem Ahmad Shah (50) was killed on spot after the “vigilantes” fired at them. A video has surfaced showing a group of young men throwing stones at the homes of people of a particular community. The police used tear gas to break up the mob. An official said the mob had attacked a police station and damaged several vehicles on Thursday morning, prompting the administration to seek the army’s help. Internet services have been suspended in the area. Bhaderwah is a communally sensitive town where Muslims have a slender majority. Parvez Ahmad Sheikh, head of the religious body Anjuman-i-Islam Bhaderwah, blamed Sangh parivar outfits for Shah’s death and called for a shutdown on Friday. Mohammad Iqbal Khan, a relative of the victim, said that Nayeem was returning home from Kathua where he had gone to purchase horses when he was fired upon and died instantly. "He traded in horses and sheep and had gone to Kathua only a day before. He was not carrying any animal along when he was shot dead. He was killed by a cow vigilante group and had been harassed even earlier while he had traveled along with a flock of horses and mules," said Khan. An eye-witness, Mohammad Ramzan, said that he woke up to the sound of the gunshots and the cries of people. As soon as he rushed out of his house, he found a man lying in a pool of blood on the roadside. A top official of the district told News18 that no animals were found at the spot of murder.
Murder/Lynch Physical assault
Mob battered three Muslims on suspicion of beef
Three Muslims including a woman was thrashed by self-proclaimed gau rakshaks over rumours of carrying beef in Seoni, Madhya Pradesh. The victims allege they were forced to say slogans of ’Jai Shree Ram’ by the accused.
Harassment Physical assault Threat Verbal Abuse
Muslim beaten forced to chant "Bharata Mata Ki Jai
“One of the men called me with an offensive word and told me that skullcap was not allowed in this area. When I told him that I was returning from a mosque, he slapped me. He also asked me to chant Bharat Mata Ki Jai and Jai Shri Ram. When I refused, he threatened to feed me pork,” Mohammad Barkat said. Mohammad Barkat, 25, was returning to his shop around 10 p.m. on Saturday after offering prayers at Jama Masjid in Gurugram when a group of about half a dozen men allegedly accosted him outside a sweet shop and told him to remove his skull cap.
Harassment Physical assault Verbal Abuse
Muslim men shot told to go to Pakistan
“Qasim sells soap, detergent, etc. A fight broke out between Qasim and one Rajiv over the price of detergent. Rajiv took out a country-made pistol and shot him. He’s undergoing treatment, the probe is on.” Begusarai DSP, as quoted by ANI Qasim, a detergent salesman, had gone to Kumbhi village on his motorbike on work. In the video, he is seen saying, “A man named Rajiv Yadav asked me my name. When I told him, he fired at me and told me to go to Pakistan.”
Physical assault Verbal Abuse
Dairy vandalized on suspicion of beef trade
Three men in Raipur vandalised a dairy run by muslim man on suspicion of carrying beef trade. These men who claimed themselves “gau rakshaks”, or cow vigilantes, allegedly entered the dairy in the city’s Gokul Nagar area and assaulted people in the shop. The next morning, a group of at least 50 members of right-wing groups, including the Bajrang Dal, chanted slogans at the DD Nagar police station. They demanded that a first information report be registered against Qureshi on cow slaughter charges. They accused the police of bias and claimed they had found “bones” behind the shop. The police said no evidence of cow slaughter had been found yet. A Congress government is in power in the state.
Communal tension/Violence/Riot Demolition/Attack on property Physical assault Vandalism/Hooliganism
Muslim youth assaulted brutally by Mob in Jaitpur
Muslim youth in Delhi’s Jaitpur threatened, abused and beaten badly by a mob for being a Muslim. He was rescued by the relatives of his Hindu friend who reached just in time to save him. The incident happened on May 28 when Mohammad Sajid, a resident of Jaitpur Extension Part 2, was returning home from the shop with his friend Gaurav. When they reached near Gurudwara of Jaitpur, a mob of miscreants rushed upon them, looted and attacked. While Gaurav managed to escape, Sajid was caught up and assaulted brutally. After knowing the fact that Sajid is a Muslim, they beat violently with chains and rods and shouted that kill the beast. They hurt the religious sentiments of Sajid by uttering the sentences like bring the meat of pig and force him to eat, cut his beard, pass urine in his mouth and etc. They captured all the scene using a mobile camera and made it viral. “My friend Gaurav and I were returning to our home. I was talking with my sister on the phone. When we reached Molad Band area, two youths called Gaurav from behind and ask him to come to them. We went near them. They shook hands with us and took our phone. Then they took us to a nearby lane. When we asked our phones to be returned they took out blades and put them on our throats asking us to hand over our belongings to them. Now they kicked on my chest and I screamed Allah, then one of them said, He is a Mullah, a Muslim, kill him. Later they took Gaurav away from me. After some time, one of the attackers came and shouted your friend has run away.” “It was the mother and grandmother of my friend Gaurav who saved my life. If it weren’t for them, who came just in time to save me, I would have been killed by the attackers as they were planning to take me to ‘Peer Baba’ (nearby shrine) to finish me off,” said Sajid on a positive note. After Sajid was brutally beaten, his mother responded that now I just want justice for my son and want to say that no one should be targeted the way my son has been attacked. My son is very scared. He has just come out of the mouth of death. His fears grow at night. We can’t leave him alone because he gets anxious. When he comes near the door and looks outside, he tells us that it scares him. We do not sleep the whole night because of him. There is panic in his mind.”
Encounter killing/Attack Physical assault Verbal Abuse
Foreigner assaulted for not replying to 'Ram Ram'
Post 2019 election result has witnessed an increase of assault incidents on people when they don't say 'Jai shri Ram'. In an another incident, a Latvian was attacked with knife on throat by a Hindu for not replying to 'Ram Ram' in Mathura. Victim was on tour in India and used to chant hymns on Radhakund Mathura. Reported incident took place on the Kund where a man named 'Rishi' approched the victim and asked to reply 'Ram Ram' to which he kept quiet. The victim slapped the assaulter when he asked him again to reply to 'Ram Ram'. In return he was attacked by knife on his threat. Such kind of incidents are serious threat to India's long cherished legacy of 'Secularism'. India's image at a global level is at stake due to such incidents. These have to be controlled urgently and effectively.
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