Bhainsa : Muslim youth arrested for writing ‘Jai Shri Ram’ on Masjid wall

  • Conspiracy by jihadi fanatics to paint Hindus as extremists!
  • One cannot even imagine how many times the same ploy must have been used by jihadi fanatics to spark riots. Bangladesh has even witnessed many instances of attacks on Hindus over alleged insult to Islam on social media. Will the so called secular folk of India care to comment on this? – Editor,

ASP Bhainsa, Kiran Khare, has said that the individuals responsible for writing ‘Jai Shri Ram’ on the walls of a Masjid have been identified with the help of CCTV footage. One of the individuals has been identified as Mohammed Abdul Kaeef and the other is a minor.

The incident occurred at Bhainsa, Telangana. Bhainsa has suffered a lot of communal tension in recent times with riots against the Hindu community being reported.

The police officer says that they had received a police complaint that on 26th May that some miscreants had writted ‘Jai Shri Ram’ on the walls of a local Masjid. Following the complaint, the Police immediately the matter and collected the relevant CCTV footage. Subsequently, two suspects were identified and arrested.

Mohammed Abdul Kaeef, son of Mohammed Abdul Majeed, is a 20-year old and the unnamed minor is 14 years old. Both the accused live in the near vicinity of the Masjid. The accused said that the minor boy wrote ‘Jai Shri Ram’ after being instructed to do the same by the older of the two.

Apart from the CCTV footage, the handwriting also matches with the suspect. The accused have confessed to the crime, the police officer said.

Source : OpIndia

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