Religious fanatics create pandemonium during ‘Milad-un-Nabi’
Lucknow (UP) – On the day of the Muslim religious festival of ‘Milad-un-Nabi’ i.e. 9th October, slogans of ‘Sar Tan Se Juda’ were raised in various parts of the country. These include Jodhpur and Udaipur in Rajasthan, Amethi and Azamgarh in Uttar Pradesh, Una in Gujarat, as well as Khandwa in Madhya Pradesh and Amravati in Maharashtra. Pro-Hindu organisations have lodged a strong protest against this. Police has started taking action against this.
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In Azamgarh, slogans of ‘Sarr Tan Se Juda’ were raised in a rally organised for ‘Milad-un-Nabi’. The incident took place in the old Kotwali area of the city. Chants of ‘Allah-hu-Akbar’ were also raised. Videos of these incidents have gone viral on social media. Police have booked 3 minors in this case. The Police said that other people have also been identified. ‘Sarr Tan Se Juda’ slogans were raised in Amethi too.
Videos of ‘Sarr Tan Se Juda’ slogans went viral from Khandwa. Green flags too were hoisted on the roads. According to the local media, the Police arrested 4 youth who were shouting slogans on the night of 9th October. To oppose the arrests, many Muslim women started agitating in front of the Police Station. The Qazi (Muslim judge who gives judgements based on Islamic laws) of the city also participated in it. Giving in to the pressure of the agitators, the Police had to release all the accused at midnight. The video of this protest also went viral. State Home Minister Dr Narottam Mishra said that a case has been registered and investigation has started.
Videos showed some minors among those shouting ‘Sarr Tan Se Juda’ slogans during a rally in Una. A video of religious fanatics passing in front of the Police Station has also surfaced.
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In Amravati, it came to light that the song ‘Sarr Tan Se Juda’ was played by the DJ. Religious fanatics were seen playing remix of this song. Here too, many minors were seen waving green flags. Dr Anil Bonde, the BJP Member of Rajya Sabha, said that the Muslims who were shouting slogans are related to the ‘Popular Front of India’.
Slogans of ‘Sarr Tan Se Juda’ were raised in Jodhpur (in Rajasthan) too. The Police have registered a case in this matter.