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    Suspected to be cow thieves, two youths lynched in Bengal’s Jalpaiguri district

    The incident comes close to heels of an incident in June, where three Muslim youths were lynched by villagers at Durgapur under Chopra police station in North Dinajpur on suspicion of cattle theft.

    Two persons, suspected to be cow thieves, were lynched by villagers near Dhupguri of Jalpaiguri district in West Bengal early on Sunday. The victims hailed from Assam and Coochbehar district in West Bengal. In a similar incident this June, three Muslim youths were lynched in Chopra, North Dinajpur.

    The bodies have been sent for post mortem and we have started an investigation,” said a senior police officer of Jalpaiguri district. According to police sources, the incident took place at around 3 am in Dadon 2 village about 15 kms from Dhupguri town.
    The victim were travelling on a pickup van through the village at night.

    The van had seven cows in it. The van somehow lost its way and kept circling the area. Alerted by the noise of the van, the villagers tried to stop it, but the vehicle sped off.
    Later locals blocked the road and forced the van to stop. Two of the passengers were caught by villagers while the driver of the van managed to flee.

    Villagers then questioned the two for some time and then lynched them on suspicion of being cattle thieves. The victims have been identified as Hafizul Sheikh of Dhubri in Assam and Anwar Hussain of Patlahawa in Coochbehar.Later police recovered the bodies and rushed them to a local hospital. But they were declared brought dead.According to the police, it is not confirmed that the victim’s were cow thieves or cattle traders who bought the cattle from a market in the area.

    http://indianexpress.com/article/ind...theft-4815743/




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    We are considered pious but we live as prostitutes: Read full text of Sadhvi's letter that nailed Ram Rahim

    Read the full text of the letter anonymously written by the sadhvi who had been raped by Dera chief Gurmeet Ram Rahim. This letter led to conviction of Ram Rahim 15 years later.

    Dera Sacha Sauda chief Gurmeet Ram Rahim has been boastful of his political connections and absolute power. He used to tell his followers that he was the most powerful and equal to God.

    Ram Rahim unleashed a reign of terror at the Dera Sacha Sauda. But, a letter, written anonymously by a sadhvi , brought the Dera empire of Gurmeet Ram Rahim down.

    Fifteen years after the letter was written, addressed to the then Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee, Gurmeet Ram Rahim was convicted by a CBI court. Ram Rahim is currently lodged in the Rohtak jail in Haryana.

    Here is the full text of the letter under whose the mighty godman of Dera Sacha Sauda crumbled and lost his empire:

    To,

    Honourable Prime Minister

    Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee (Government of India)

    Subject: Request for probe into rape of hundreds of girls by Dera chief (Ram Rahim)

    I am a girl hailing from Punjab and I have been serving as a sadhvi at Dera Sacha Sauda, Sirsa (Haryana) for the last five years. There are hundreds of other girls, who serve for 16-18 hours a day at the Dera. We are being physically exploited here. Dera Maharaj Gurmeet Singh rapes girls at the Dera. I am a graduate girl. My family members are blind followers of Maharaj (Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh). I became a sadhvi at my family's bidding.

    Two years after I became a sadhvi, Maharaj Gurmeet Singh's close woman-disciple Gurjot told me one night around 10 pm that I had been summoned to 'Gufa' (residence of Gurmeet Ram Rahim). As I was going there for the first time, I was elated that God himself had sent out for me. When I went upstairs, I saw Maharaj sitting on the bed holding a remote control in hand and watching a blue film on TV. Beside his pillow on the bed, lay a revolver. Seeing all this, I was stunned, felt dizziness, and felt as if the earth has moved from beneath my feet. I wondered what at all was happening here.

    I had never imagined that Maharaj would be such a person. Maharaj switched off the TV and seated me beside him. He offered me water and said that he had called me because he considered me very dear to him. This was my first day (experience).

    Maharaj took me in his arms and said that he loved me from the core of his heart. He also said that he wanted to make love with me. He told me that at the time of becoming his disciple, I had dedicated my wealth, body and soul to him and he had accepted my offering. By this logic, your body is mine now.

    When I objected he said, "There is no doubt that I am God." When I asked if God also indulges in such acts, he shot back:

    1. Sri Krishna too was God and he had 360 gopis (milkmaids) with whom he staged Prem Lila (love drama). Even then people regarded him as God. This is not a new thing.

    2. I can kill you with this revolver and cremate you here. The members of your family are my devoted followers and they have such blind faith in me that they are my slaves. You know it very well that your family members cannot go against me.

    3. I have considerable influence in the governments. The chief ministers of Punjab and Haryana, and central Ministers touch my feet. Politicians seek my support and take money from me. They cannot take any action against me. We will get your family members dismissed from government jobs. I will get them killed and wouldn't leave any evidence behind. You know it very well that I had got Dera manager Fakir Chand killed earlier. No one knows anything about him till date. Neither there is any evidence of the murder. By money power, I can buy politicians, police and justice.

    Thus, he raped me. For the past three months, my turn comes every 25-30 days. Now, I realise that he has been raping other girls staying with him.

    Around 35-40 women living at the Dera are over 35-40 years old and past the marriageable age. They have compromised with their lives at the Dera. Most of the girls are educated and have secured BA, MA, BEd degrees. But they are living a life of hell at the Dera because their family members are fanatic followers. We wear white clothes, cover heads with scarf, forbidden to look at men and keep a distance of 5-10 feet from men as per Maharaj's commands.

    We appear like devis (pious women), but our situation is that of prostitutes. I tried once to tell my family members that all was not well at the Dera. But, they got angry with me saying that if God's company is not worth enjoying then which place would be. It seems your mind has become corrupt, recite the name of satguru (the real teacher), they told me. I am helpless. I have to obey every command of the Maharaj.

    No girl is permitted to talk to another. As per the commands of the Maharaj, girls are not permitted to talk to their families even over telephone. If a girl talks about the reality of the Dera, she is punished under the commands of the Maharaj. Just a few days ago, a Bathinda girl spoke about the wrongdoings of the Maharaj, she was thrashed by women-disciples. She is still bed-ridden at her home due to this assault. Her father has left his service as a sevadar (servant of Dera). She is not telling anyone anything for the fear of Maharaj.

    Similarly, a girl from Kurukshetra district has also left the Dera and went back home. When she narrated her sufferings at the Dera to her family, her brother who worked as a sevadar, gave up his job. When a Sangrur girl left the Dera, went home and narrated the wrongdoings at the Dera to the people, the Dera's armed sewadar hooligans visited the girl's home and threatened to kill her. They warned her not to tell anyone anything about the Dera.

    Similarly, girls from Mansa, Ferozepur, Patiala and Ludhiana districts (of Punjab) have gone back home and are keeping mum as they have threat to their lives. Same is the fate of girls from Sirsa, Hissar, Fatehabad, Hanumangarh and Meerut who are not uttering a word due to muscle power of the Dera goondas.

    If I reveal my name (and) my address, my family and I will be killed. I can't keep quiet and I also don't want to die, but I want to expose the reality (of Dera). If a probe is conducted by the press or some government agency, 40 to 45 girls - living in utmost fear at the Dera -, if they are convinced, are willing to tell the truth.

    Our medical examination should be conducted so that our guardians and the people would know whether we are still celibate disciples or not. If we are no longer virgins, it should be probed as to who violated our chastity. The truth will then come out that Maharaj Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh of Sacha Sauda has ruined our lives.


    http://indiatoday.intoday.in/story/s...1/1034495.html

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    Indian journalist opposed to deporting Rohingya killed


    DELHI: Just a few hours before her murder in Bangalore on Tuesday, allegedly by Hindu right-wingers, Gauri Lankesh, a secular journalist and civil rights activist, spoke up for the rights of Rohingya Muslims in India.

    “Are Rohingiya ‘terrorists’ killing Hindus and burning their homes and temples?” she tweeted, citing an article in Quint news magazine about fake news being used to incite anger against the minority in India.

    “She took a strong line against the deportation of Rohingya from India and their genocide in Myanmar,” said Kavita Krishnan, a prominent civil rights activist and secretary of the All India Progressive Women’s Association. Lankesh’s killing “is an attempt to strike terror in the heart of dissent,” Krishnan added.

    Lankesh, 55, was found lying in a pool of blood on her doorstep in the city of Bangalore. She was returning home from work when she was gunned down by three men who came on a motorcycle in the early evening in front of her home in Bangalore.
    She was an editor of Gauri Lankesh Patrike, a popular weekly magazine in the local Kannada language.

    Her killing has sparked outrage across India, with civil rights activists, journalists and others taking to the streets in protest. But the government has remained largely silent.

    MP Smriti Irani tweeted a condolence message, but “such tweets are meaningless,” said Krishnan.

    “There are Twitter handles followed by (Prime Minister Narendra) Modi that are busy celebrating Lankesh’s death.”

    When contacted by Arab News, many members of the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) refused to comment.

    When asked about Lankesh’s opposition to deporting Rohingya, Rakesh Sinha, director of the India Policy Foundation — a think tank promoted by the BJP — simply said: “It’s not good to go into specifics.”

    The BJP’s ambivalence about the killing of a prominent voice of dissent has not gone down well with opposition leaders.

    Krishnan said “a strong section of media in India” is also “responsible for creating an atmosphere where any political dissent is termed anti-national.”'

    Modi landed in Myanmar for talks with its leader Aung San Suu Kyi on the same day Lankesh was killed.

    http://www.arabnews.com/node/1156991/world

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    Targeting Muslims - A question that India needs to answer

    The writer is a syndicated columnist and a former member of India’s Rajya Sabha

    By Kuldip Nayar - October 6th, 2011

    I owe it to Barkha Dutt who brought out in a recent programme of hers how 21 Muslim youth from Hyderabad were wrongly implicated in the Mecca Masjid blast. That was not all. They were subjected to third degree torture, which was done to force them to admit to a crime which they had not committed. The government failed to find any evidence against them and said sheepishly that they were arrested on wrong grounds.

    This only confirms how the police in India picks up young Muslims whenever there is a blast. Most in the majority community are so biased that they accept the official version readily. The truth is out only when the authorities failed to prove the charges. In this case, they remained in jail for five years. In fact, the credit goes to the court which acquitted them.

    The National Commission for Minorities (NCM) has recommended a compensation of Rs 300,000 each. The victims have justifiably expressed cynicism over the NCM’s decision. How can money erase the stigma which they will carry for the rest of their lives?

    The Muslim youth have gone on record to say: every time there is a festival or trouble in the city, the police come looking for us. We are falsely implicated in the first place and even after acquittal we carry the stone of anti-national around our necks.

    Dr Junaid, who runs a clinic at Hafizbanagar in the old city of Hyderabad regrets that the “payment of a few lakhs cannot make up for the sufferings we underwent because of our religion.”

    Naturally, Muslims wonder whether secularism means anything when it comes to punishing Hindus. What happens to equality guaranteed by the constitution of India?

    This is the question which India has to answer. Take the case of Gujarat. Even 10 years after the killings, there is no real punishment. How does the Muslim community put faith in the polity? The tamasha that chief minister Narendra Modi puts up every now and then does not impress anyone about the sudden rekindling of faith in communal harmony. He is not even sorry.

    When this incident came to light, parliament was in session. No member mentioned it either in the Lok Sabha or in the Rajya Sabha. There was a short debate on the Gujarat government’s action against two senior police officers who have redeemed the honour of the force to some extent by exposing Modi’s complicity. One of them, Sanjiv Bhatt was first suspended and now prosecuted for having filed public interest litigation (PIL) in the Supreme Court against Modi’s involvement in the state riots. Bhatt’s conscience stirred him after some years and he submitted an affidavit to say what he had seen. The other officer, Rahul Sharma, DIG, was given notice for passing on telephone call records of certain BJP leaders to the Special Investigation Team (SIT) appointed by the Supreme Court.

    Strange, the SIT has been dissolved without the Indian public knowing the contents of its report. The Supreme Court has also sent the case back to the trial court for hearing. The judgment is faulty but the worst part is that the court has not commented on what the two officers disclosed. At least their submissions should have been noted because they dared the state government.

    No doubt, small mercies, but Home Minister P Chidambaram has at least said that the centre had the option of protecting the officers who belonged to the all India Police Service under the supervision of the central government. As expected, the BJP jumped at Chidambaram’s throat. How can a step to protect the officers be taken as interference in the state affairs? Understandably, the BJP is trying to save Modi. But the party should realise that he would be punished, however late.

    http://tribune.com.pk/story/267404/a...eeds-to-answer

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    Desi Hospitals

    video: https://www.facebook.com/amer.jannat...1650253705538/

    Why doctors have a problem with 'Gabbar'

    The Indian Medical Association wants a particular sequence shown in the Akshay Kumar-starrer censored.

    12-05-2015

    The Indian Medical Association (IMA) - the trade union of doctors - is upset over a particular sequence shown in Akshay Kumar-starrer Gabbar is Back and wants it censored. It has circulated the "offensive" clip among its members and has asked them to boycott this and other movies of Akshay as well as producer Sanjay Leela Bhansali. I have seen the clip in which doctors at a corporate hospital are seen indulging in unethical and fraudulent practices. Akshay Kumar rushes to a hospital with a person on a stretcher - who is already dead - and requests doctors to save his life. Doctors examine the person and find him to be dead but still they start "treatment" and make Akshay Kumar pay up two lakh rupees for the services of a specialist. After several hours of this drama, doctors inform him the patient could not be saved.

    Though this sequence may appear exaggerated, it is bound to ring a bell in the minds of people. We hear stories of how hospitals keep clinically dead people "alive" on ventilators - either to make money or under pressure of family members. The practice of ordering costly medicines and disposables from hospital pharmacy, as shown in the movie, is too common. Real life testimonies of doctors and patients about corruption in medical profession in Aamir Khan's television show, Satyamev Jayate were bone chilling.

    Many television channels have recently done sting operations on pathological labs and diagnostic centres to expose widely prevalent "cut" system. The commission system has been exposed by doctor whistle-blowers themselves in a recently published monograph titled "Voices of Conscience from the Medical Profession" in which 78 doctors have shared their personal experiences. Some of them had to shut their practice because they refused to yield to corrupt lobbies.

    By demanding a ban on such shows or movies, IMA is shying away from the real issue and missing the larger picture. If the association is really concerned about the image of doctors and medical profession, it should stop living in denial. Let's first accept that there is a serious problem, identify and name the black sheep and then take action against them. No point in just blaming reel life depiction of medical profession. After all, movies are a reflection of the society. In 1960s-70s, Indian movies typically had a family doctor who was held in high esteem and was friendly.

    Even hospitals had sociable staff and service environment. Doctor-patient relationship was based on honesty and faith. Today that's not the case. It has become a relationship between a commercial service provider and a consumer. Media, movies and literature can't be faulted for reflecting this changed relationship. Only by decommercialising the doctor-patient relationship will we be able to restore faith in it. As noted physician Vikram Patel last week wrote in medical journal, The Lancet, illness in India is now caught in a "medical industrial complex".

    http://www.dailyo.in/politics/gabbar...ry/1/3670.html

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    Hindu Terrorists: Attempt to poison 4000 Madrassas students foiled by young student


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    • The madrassa is a house for at least 4,000 children which Salma Ansari heads in Aligarh run by Al Noor Charitable Society.
    • Salma Ansari has called this incident ‘shocking and scary’.
    • After the incident, students were not allowed to drink water from that tank.
    • Former Vice President Hamid Ansari have been criticised by ultra nationalsts and BJP for raising minorities issues



    Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh: Reports of an attempt, to “mix rat poison” in the water of two water coolers at a madrassa in Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh, a charitable institution called Madrassa Chacha Nehru. The miscreants tried mixing tablets of rat poison into the water of two tanks frequented by almost 4,000 students at the madrasaa, which incidentally is run by a charitable organisation headed by Salma Ansari, the wife of former vice-president, Hamid Ansari.

    Fortunately, one of the “miscreants”[terrorists] was spotted mixing the poison by a student Afzal who was asked to keep quiet after threaten with a country made pistol by the criminals [terrorists]. The water cooler has been sealed, and samples sent to forensic laboratory for testing.

    The madrasa warden, Junaid Siddiqui, said that Afzal had gone to drink water at the cooler, when he spotted both the criminals attempting to mix some powder into the water cooler.He immediately informed the madrasa warden, who later informed the police.

    Although a FIR has been filed against two unidentified persons under Sections 328 (causing hurt by means of poison) and 506 (criminal intimidation) of the Indian Penal Code, this seems to be a narrow escape for the children at Chacha Nehru madrassa, run by Aligarh’s Al Noor Charitable Society, run by Mrs Ansari.

    Salma Ansari, has called the incident “shocking and scary” and has asked the warden to install CCTV cameras .


    Chief medical officer at Aligarh’s J N Medical College, Dr Ehtisham Ahmad, said that though rat poison can’t prove fatal to human beings until it is mixed with an anticoagulant (substance that prevents or reduces coagulation of blood), it could have made the students sick. “A lot, however, would depend on the quantity of rat poison mixed in the water,” he added.


    Hamid Ansari had faced a flak from several BJP leaders, including current VP Venkaiah Naidu, after Ansari, in the last days of his tenure, said Muslims in India were experiencing “a feeling of unease, a sense of insecurity is creeping in”. He was trolled and a vile campaign against him was unleashed on social media.

    http://www.ironyofindia.com/2017/09/...young-student/

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    When Saudi Arabia Banned Beef Imports from India!

    July 5, 2017

    MUMBAI: On August 7th 1983, Saudi Arabia banned beef imports from India. According to late Maulana Abdul Karim Parekh of Nagpur, several Hindu beef exporters rushed to their Arab clients accompanied by Deputy Commerce Minister in Union Cabinet Mr.P A Sangma, to plead with them to revoke the ban.

    They assured the Arab clients that they are exporting only Halal beef to them.

    Such ban on Indian beef exports by Saudi Arabia first time acknowledged that large quantities of beef had been exported from India to Arab nations and most of the beef exporters were Hindus.

    Such Saudi ban on Indian beef, cancellation of orders, sudden embargo on deliveries from India, mostly affected Hindu exporters who were very active at government and political front for requesting Arabs to resume beef imports from India.

    Muslim Nations followed the etiquettes of Sharia, which is followed in every step of life. Such Sharia rules and etiquettes are also followed in food and slaughtering of animals.

    Only Halal way of slaughtering was permitted by Islam. Arab nations stipulated that Beef of only those animals which are slaughtered through Halal Islamic traditions will be allowed in their country.

    During that time, ‘Deonar’ slaughter house in Mumbai and other new slaughter houses had adopted electric shock system of slaughtering, wherein, the animals were given electric shock before slaughter.
    Muslims in Mumbai and other parts of India resented and opposed this system explaining that this process is against the Halal slaughtering tradition.

    Arab Nations, on such reports, suggesting that Halal system is not followed in India while slaughtering the animals, banned imports of beef from India during that time.

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    Hindu terrorists are killing Muslims in India left and right under the pretense of cow slaughter crime and yet the hindus are are the largest beef exporters in India and perhaps the world. Saudi and arab nations could send a strong message by banning their beef for the oppression of Muslims. Muslims should do their own boycott if the gov'ts don't do it.







 

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