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Haryana: Hindu organisations recite Hanuman Chalisa in protest alleging that two youths were arrested on false molestation charges

The Hindus alleged that few people from the minority community were trying to create communal rifts and tensions in the village by falsely accusing the Hindu boys on charges of molestation

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Members of various Hindu organisations, including Bajrang Dal and Vishwa Hindu Parishad came together to protest against what they claim a false molestation case registered against two Hindu youths, reports Dainik Bhaskar. The case was registered against Deepak and his younger minor brother, in old Hamid Chowki area in Yamunanagar, Haryana on Thursday,

The members of various Hindu organisations gathered outside old Hamida Chowki around 5.45pm on July 18 and recited Hanuman Chalisa to stage protest against the police authorities who registered a case without proper investigation and against the people of the minority community who falsely accused the two boys of molesting a girl from the minority community.

They demanded that the case registered against the two Hindu boys should be taken back and also demanded their immediate release.

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DSP headquarters, Subhash Chand and Chowki in-charge, Ratan Singh both reached the spot and tried to pacify the crowd but the Hindus remained hellbent and maintained that until the case was not taken back and their demands not met, they would not end the protest.

The Hindus alleged that few people from the minority community were trying to create communal rifts and tensions in the village by falsely accusing the Hindu boys on charges of molestation. They further alleged that the girl from the minority community had lodged a false complaint against Deepak and his minor brother. The protestors confirmed that one of the so-called accused, Deepak was not even present in the village when he was falsely implicated in the crime.

Alleging that the police hurriedly arrested the two youths without even investigating the matter properly, they demanded that members of a peace committee formed by the minority community, who are actually involved in the sudden disappearance of many Hindu girls from the locality be excluded from the same.

The Hindus further said that the Yamunanagar police never takes up the cases against the people of the minority community seriously. On receiving complaints they say they would investigate but the cases but ultimately hush up the matter.

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However, the DSP, who reached the Hamida Chowki where the Hindu groups sat on a peaceful protest and decided to chant Hanuman Chalisa until their demands were not met, said that he would personally look into the case and assured justice.

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