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Aligarh: Muslim woman allegedly assaulted and asked to vacate home by landlord Sultan and family after she joined BJP

As per Gulistana's complaint, Sultan's wife Medina and son Salman had also physically assaulted her when she refused to vacate the house.

In a shocking incident, a Muslim woman belonging to Aligarh district of Uttar Pradesh has been allegedly asked to vacate the house by her landlord after she joined the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Sunday, reports ANI.

According to the reports, the victim, a woman named Gulistana has claimed that her landlord also misbehaved with her before asking to vacate the place. The incident occurred in the ADA colony, Delhigate, Aligarh.

“I joined the BJP recently. When my landlord came to know of it she misbehaved with me and asked me to vacate immediately,” said Gulistana.

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As per local reports, Gulistana had joined the BJP on July 6 in the presence of Mahavirganj BJP Mahila Morcha leader Ruby Asif Khan. Following which, local newspapers had published a photo of the event.

Gulistana’s landlord Sultan had allegedly confronted Gulistana and had asked her to vacate the house after he saw her photo in the local papers. As per Gulistana’s complaint, Sultan’s wife Medina and son Salman had also physically assaulted her when she refused to vacate the house.

Akash Kulhary, Senior Superintendent of Police of Aligarh said that a case has been registered in the matter.

“Prima facie it appears that the mother of the landlord had demanded Rs 4,000 from Gulistana for an electricity bill, following which they had an argument over Gulistana joining a political party. Case registered under relevant sections” said police officer Kulhary.

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