Around 200 Madarsa students detained

Around 200 Madrasa students who were coming back to Karnataka after Ramzan vacation were detained for 7 hours under suspicion that they were being trafficked. The police investigated the both the students who were between the age group of 10-16 years including girls and their instructors. Some rumor fled that the students were being trafficked and the police reached the station to check into the matter. Some students lacked their proper identity cards. The students and their instructors were freed when they were found unambiguous.

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Source of information News Report Place of incident Public transport
Number of victims 200 Identity of victim Muslims
Location of incident Public transport perpetrator Religion Police/Investigating Agency
perpetrator Organizational Was cross FIR filed 0
Details of the FIR

Investigating agency Victim's lawyer
Role of police Satisfactory :The police detained the students on the rumor that the students were being trafficked. The detention of the police to investigate and check their identity cards is justified. Current status
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Main Information
Date of incident: July 11, 2017
Nature of Violence
  • Denial of access to public spaces/institutions
  • Causal factors
  • Allegation of religious conversion
  • Name of the victim : Unknown
    Name of Perpetrator
    State Karnataka
    District/City Bangalore City
    Party In Power / Incidents INC - Indian National Congress
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