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Six Muslim houses demolished over interfaith relationship in Uttar Pradesh

Civic officials in Uttar Pradesh demolished six houses belonging to a Muslim family accused of allegedly trying to abduct a 20-year-old Hindu woman from a village in Moradabad. The girl’s family alleged abduction after she initially accepted, then denied the relationship. 

The punitive devastation of Muslim homes and properties over mere allegations of crimes has become commonplace under India’s Hindu supremacist government. 

Muslim men beaten by Hindu extremist mob in Uttar Pradesh

Two Muslim men, Tanjim and Faizan, were brutally beaten by a mob of Hindu extremists after a dispute at a shop in Bulandshahr, Uttar Pradesh. Instead of arresting the extremists, police arrested the two victims. 

The altercation started over the shopkeeper’s refusal to exchange a product, leading to violence as onlookers joined the mob assault against the two Muslim men.

Men transporting limes thrashed over cow smuggling suspicion

In Sadulpur, Rajasthan, a mob of about 20 Hindu extremist cow vigilantes brutally beat a truck driver and his passenger over false allegations of transporting cattle, despite the fact that the men were transporting limes.  

In Manali, Himachal Pradesh, local residents harassed and assaulted a truck driver over allegations of transporting cattle.

BJP lawmaker felicitates lawyers representing accused in murder of journalist Gauri Lankesh 

Ar an event organized by a Hindu extremist group, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) lawmaker and serial hatemonger T Raja Singh congratulated a team of legal advocates representing the main accused in the murder of journalist Gauri Lankesh and rationalist Narendra Dabholkar. 

Lankesh, a vocal critic of Hindu extremism, was murdered outside her house in Bengaluru on September 5, 2017. The main accused in the case, Amol Kale, is a former leader of the extremist group Hindu Janajagruti Samiti.