Jaunpur (U.P) – Religious fanatics set Hindu houses on fire in Jaunpur over a minor issue

Numerous sheep of Hindus burnt in the fire

  • The extremists’ attacks on Hindus in Uttar Pradesh are on the rise. This shows that Hindus are not safe. This incident proves that no Government can protect Hindus. Despite a Hindu-majority country, the status of Hindus is appalling. Establishing the ‘Hindu Rashtra (Nation)’ is the only solution.
  • Religious fanatics have no fear of the law; they attack Hindus and burn their houses audaciously. If severe punishment had meted out even once, they would not have dared to attack. It is shameful on Government, which is unable to act swiftly and sternly.
  • All the film artists, animal lovers raised an outcry for the killing of the pregnant elephant. Why are they have not uttered a single word against killings of sheep by militants ?

Jaunpur (Uttar Pradesh) – The religious fanatics who were upset over a minor matter entered Hindus’ houses, attacked people and burnt their houses.

In the village Bhadethi, a 13-year-old boy of another sect was picking mangos. Nearby, Hindu boys were grazing sheep. Something triggered a quarrel among them. The former boy went home and informed others about the incident. This led fanatics to barge into the houses and attack Hindus. In the ensuing fight, four fanatics were slightly injured. The dispute resolved with intervention by a few citizens.

Despite settlement of dispute fanatics attacked again

The fanatics attacked the Hindu locality again at 9.15 p.m. Many Hindus were injured in the attack. Miscreants set ablaze the Hindu houses and vehicles. The fire resulted in the scorching of sheep owned by Hindus.

CM Yogi Aditynath took cognisance

The Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, Yogi Adityanth took cognisance of the incident. He instructed the Police to take action as per the National Security Act against Noor Alam, Javed Sidiqqi and other accused. He ordered to allot houses under ‘Mukhymantri Awas Yojana’ and provide financial assistance to all victims of the fire. (Government must recover the cost of assistance from fanatics. – Editor.)

In-charge of the Police station himself is under scrutiny

The Police security was beefed up in the region. Jaunpur Collector, Dinesh Kumar Singh said, “Injured persons were admitted to the hospital. The families suffered from the incident were provided financial assistance and protection”. The Police Superintendent, Ashok Kumar Singh said,” We are investigating the role of the In-charge of the Police station. If found guilty, we will initiate appropriate legal action”.