Exodus by Hindus from a village in Bijnaur (Uttar Pradesh) with majority Muslim population

Effect of one-sided action taken by police against temple’s loudspeakers

How can such incident occur in Uttar Pradesh despite BJP Government ? Police are serving BJP Government or Pakistan ?

Bijnaur (Uttar Pradesh) : It has been brought forth that 3 families are trying to leave Garavpur village and 35 families are looking for buyers for their houses. Population of this place is about 4000; among them, there are 3500 Muslims and only 500 Hindus. Hindus say that police removed loudspeakers from temple; but no action was taken against loudspeakers on mosques; therefore, they have decided to leave the village. District Police Superintendent Umesh Kumar Singh said that action was taken as per the rules. (Are rules only for Hindus ? Do police take action against fanatics as per rules ? It has also been experience of Indians that if at all police try to take action against fanatics, they get beaten up by fanatics. – Editor, Dainik Sanatan Prabhat)  This incident led to clashes and police set certain time limit for solving the problem; but Hindus say that police were not at all interested in finding solution. Police claim that the incident occurred due to conspiracy hatched by few persons.

Source : Dainik Sanatan Prabhat

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