Its so pathetic situation when so influenced leaders are propagating very fake propaganda among the citizens of India.When 2019 Lok Sabha elections are going to be held very earlier and some leaders in our country are trying to politicise the whole scenario by their idiotic dialogues and propaganda.
What nonsense! sometimes they said the youth of the country to sell pakodas,sometimes they said to produce biogas from gutters,what the hell!these illitrate type comments and dialogues not suited to you because you are unfortunately leading the country,what message you are giving to society and upcoming generations.
Now you idiots are adding title like “Chowkidar” in your names.What means of it?
A German Muslim scholar when he was asked about Terrorism and Islam.He said,”who started the first world war?Not Muslims!!Who started the second world war?Not Muslims!!Who killed six million jews in the Holocaust?Not Muslims!!Who killed about twenty millions of Aborigines in Australia?NOt Muslims!!Who sent the Nuclear bombs of Hiroshima and Nagisaki?Not Muslims!!Who killed more than Hundred millions of Indians in North America?Not Muslims!!Who killed more than Fifty millions of Indians in South America?Not Muslims!!Who took about 180 millions of African people as slaves and 80% of them died and were thrown overboard into Atlantic ocean?Not Muslims!!No,Not Muslims!!First of all,you have to define Terrorism properly.If a non- muslim does something bad ,it is crime.But if a muslim commits the same,he terrorist.So, first remove this double standards.
Many questions are being raised in Indian citizens while 2019 Lok Sabha elections are going to be held in April in India.In this Lok Sabha elections,this question should be asked to Modi Ji and hi party i.e. BJP.
In 2014,during all his campaigs,Mr.Modi only used to lie and had made fake promises to the voters of India.Look at his promises and see how cleverly he succeeded in becoming PM of India.1500000 rupees will be send to every citizen of this country after becoming PM of India.Terrorism will end.Two crore jobs for youths etc.But till date no promises fulfilled.While this Lok Sabha polls are going to be held earlier then the very important question “WHY TO VOTE YOU MR.MODI?”should be asked.
“Lynching” a term which may exist before but I heard firstime it in 2015 which was very terrible experience.I never heard this term before 2015.I remember Dadri one village of Uttar Pradesh where first time it was happened when 75 years old Akhlaq was slained to death by some people in crowd.Actually that was given a mob face to hide behind.And this way it was portrayed as mob lynching.In India there is no rules for such mobs mainly which is lead by strong politicians.
I always wonder thinking about lynching and always thought about our police and government why no action has been taken till date.
List of Lynchings Over Beef in India since 2014 #NotInMyName
“My religion is based on truth and non-violence. Truth is my God. Non-violence is the means of realizing Him.”
Mahatma Gandhi, world’s stellar preacher of non-violence, had quoted the above lines to make people realize that violence in the name of religion is no means of realizing God. Nevertheless, practicing such values is not anymore the culture in diverse India. Violence in the name of God and religion is prevalent throughout the world these days. Be it in the form of Islamic terrorism or rising intolerance against beef in India.
People in India today face the danger of being lynched by anyone, anywhere. Recently, a youth named Junaid Khan was killed in a moving train by some people when a petty scuffle took the shape of communal slur. The boy was stated as a “beef eater”, which instigated the people to do the unlawful act.
The “Not in My Name” campaign is a protest against the people who encourage these kinds of horrific instances against minorities, particularly Dalits and Muslims. This case is one among the many cases of lynching with regards to the beef ban that have taken place in the last three years. Following is a list of such cases reported since 2014.
30th May 2015 (Abdul Ghaffar Qureshi, Nagaur)
30th May 2015 saw an attack on a meat shop owner, Abdul Ghaffar Qureshi, resident of Birloka village in Nagaur, Rajasthan. The 60 year old man was alleged of selling beef at his shop. The case is still pending the court, six accused still roaming free. (Source: Human Rights Watch)
2nd August 2015 (Anaf, Arif, and Nazim, Dadri)
Three Muslim boys, Anaf, Arif, and Nazim were lynched for carrying buffaloes in their truck by alleged animal rights activists on 2nd August 2015 in Kaimrala village in Dadri, Uttar Pradesh. The boys were considered as cattle thieves. The biggest irony of this incident was that, the police filed a case against the victims for being cattle thieves, but no case was filed against the mob for Murder, Conspiracy, Instigation, etc. (Source: Human Rights Watch)
28th September 2015 (Mohammad Akhlaq, Dadri)
On the night of 28th September 2015, Mohommad Akhlaq Saifi, a resident of Bisara village in Dadri, Uttar Pradesh was beaten to death by a group of cow vigilantes suspecting him of storing beef at his home. The man met his fate just because some people ‘suspected’ of him being in possession of beef. The incident led to a huge uproar across the world. Some forensic reports stated that, the meat found at Akhlaq’s home was not even beef, but mutton. (Source: Human Rights Watch)
9th October 2015 (Zahid Bhatt, Udhampur)
18 year old Zahid Bhatt, another suspect of transporting beef in his truck was killed by cow vigilantes on 9th October 2015 in Udhampur, Jammu and Kashmir. This incident led to more communal clashes in Udhampur and neighbouring districts. Later it was found out that the boy was transporting coal, not beef, in his truck. (Source: Human Rights Watch)
14th October 2015 (Noman, Shimla)
A Hindu mob attacked Noman and four others who were allegedly smuggling cows on 14thOctober 2015 in Sarahan village in Shimla, Himachal Pradesh. The victims were booked under animal cruelty and cow slaughter laws. (Source: Human Rights Watch)
18th March 2016 (Mohammed Mazlum Ansari and Mohammed Imtiyaz Khan, Latehar)
Two cattle traders, Mohammed Mazlum Ansari and Mohammed Imtiyaz Khan were hanged to death, tied with a tree on 18th March 2016 in Balumath forests in Latehar, Jharkhand. The police arrested some local cow protection group members. (Source: Human Rights Watch)
5th April 2017 (Pehlu Khan, Alwar)
On 5th April 2017 in Alwar district of Rajasthan, a dairy farmer who was carrying cattle for milk was killed by a group of 200 right-wing cow vigilantes. The victim even presented the purchase receipt to the mob as a proof that he was not carrying cows for beef, but the mob didn’t consider it and attacked him. (Source: BBC)
24th April 2017 (Reasi)
A Muslim family was attacked by a group of cow vigilantes on 24th April 2017 in Reasi district of Jammu and Kashmir. The family was suspected of transporting cows for slaughter. (Source: Al Jazeera)
30th April 2017 (Abu Hanifa and Riyazuddin Ali, Nagaon)
Two Muslim men, Abu Hanifa and Riyazuddin Ali, were brutally killed for alleged theft of cows for slaughter in Nagaon district of Assam on 30th April 2017. (Source: The Indian Express)
22nd June 2017 (Nasirul Haque, Mohammad Samiruddin and Md Nasir, Dinajpur)
Three men were killed in Dinajpur district of West Bengal on 22nd June 2017 by a group of 10 people for allegedly stealing cows for slaughtering. (Source: The Indian Express)
23rd June 2017 (Junaid Khan, Ballabhgarh)
As discussed above, a scuffle turned extremely violent on the train route of Ballabhgarh-Delhi on an allegation that victim was a beef consumer. (Source: India Today)
27th June 2017 (Usman Ansari, Giridih)
A dairy owner residing in Giridih, Jharkhand was attacked by cow vigilantes because a carcass of a cow was found near his house. He is seriously injured and hospitalized currently. (Source: The Hindustan Times)