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Indore – Derogatory pamphlets distributed to defame RSS, Bajrang Dal

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Indore. Unidentified persons have been booked in Indore city of Madhya Pradesh for distributing offensive pamphlets near a mosque, against the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh and the Bajrang Dal. In the pamphlets, it claims that Hindu outfits are trying to convert Muslim women into Kafirs (infidels).

Police registered a FIR after a 45-year-old Sharda Tiklia associated with a Hindu organisation lodged a complaint against them.

Addressed to young Muslim women, the pamphlets titled “Open Letter” were published in the backdrop of the issue of religious conversion. The pamphlets have “Your Faithful Brother” printed as the sender at the end.

The pamphlet claimed that RSS and Bajrang Dal members convert the religion of Muslim girls by befriending them on social media platforms like Facebook and Instagram or in colleges and schools. It also alleged that every year, 10 lakh Muslim women are converted.

She complained to the police that materials labelling Hindus as infidels had been distributed in the vicinity of Raoji Bazar, behind Kalalkui Masjid. The letters even spread fake news that RSS and Bajrang Dal destroy the honour of 10 lakh Muslim girls every year.

It started with a religious greeting and read, “The value of your faith is beyond the seven continents and seven skies. Your honour is more precious than the lives of the Muslims of the whole world. You are the pride of your father, you are the pride of your brother, you are the honour of your family, and you are not ordinary, but you are the princess of Islam. Infidels (RSS and Bajrang Dal) want to trample on the honour of 10 lakh Muslim girls by making them apostates every year.”

“More than 800 Muslim girls of Amravati city have become infidels. Through social media (Facebook, Instagram etc.), in school and college, you are framed on the pretext of friendship. Sister, don’t be your victim. Don’t get trapped in the saffron love trap. Don’t ruin your world and the hereafter by being greedy for false happiness, gifts and money for a few days. If you have done any mistake then come back, your brother is ready to help you. May Allah preserve your faith, honour and dignity.”

“The case was registered against unidentified persons under section 153-A (promoting enmity between different groups on grounds of religion) of the Indian Penal Code (IPC). The complaint stated that the pamphlets, which were distributed on the night of May 20, allegedly used objectionable words against the RSS and the Bajrang Dal,” Raoji Bazar police station in-charge Pritam Singh Thakur said.

The identity of the people who distributed the pamphlets is yet to be ascertained. Police have initiated an investigation into the matter and are scanning CCTV footage to identify the accused.

Earlier, a 23-year-old Muslim man was arrested in Indore for raping a Hindu woman, with whom he was in a live-in relationship, and forcing her to change her religion to Islam. She lodged the complaint against the man following an argument with him after watching “The Kerala Story”.

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