Ujjain, Madhya PradeshThe riots of Bajrang Dal are increasing day by day. First Haryana then Karnataka and now Madhya Pradesh. The case is that in Ujjain, Madhya Pradesh, a married Hindu girl and a Muslim youth were forcibly removed from the train by the Bajrang Dal who boarded a train going to Ajmer. This incident happened on January 14.
He also attacked her. Please tell that this couple is a resident of Indore and their families also know each other. But despite this, the Railway Police made him sit in the police station and he was released only after the arrival of his parents. Their statements were also recorded.
According to the Indian Express report, in this case of January 14, alleging love jihad, members of Bajrang Dal also beat up Asif Sheikh, who runs an electronics shop, while deboarding the train. While the woman is a teacher in a private school.
According to the GRP, no offense was registered against the Bajrang Dal members as there was no complainant. GRP Superintendent of Police Nivedita Gupta said Sheikh and the woman were family friends and had known each other for years.
A video of the incident had gone viral on social media in which three men, claiming to be members of the Bajrand Dal, were dragging Sheikh out of the coach of the train while the woman was following them.
At the same time, in a video of the police station, the woman was shouting at the people of Bajrang Dal and saying that one mistake of yours can ruin my life. I am an adult and a teacher in school, I teach children.
On this matter, The Wire correspondent spoke to Kundan Chandravat, VHP’s Malwa Prant Prachar Pramukh who said, “We had information through reliable sources that a Muslim man was misguiding a Hindu woman in Ajmer. is carrying”.
Kundan Chandravat says that “Our workers intervened for the safety of our Hindu sisters…. Then the man became aggressive. They simply took him to the nearby police station. Throughout this event, the man and the worker got into a minor tussle, but no one was beaten up. He handed them both and left. It is worth noting that who leaked the information of these two passengers? Was it a close relative or a railway employee? It is not to be thought of, but it is a matter of great thought.