Hate posters against Muslims found outside mosques

Anti-Muslim posters surfaced in two villages of Uttar Pradesh’s Bareilly district over the past week, prompting a police investigation against suspected hate-mongers trying to provoke communal tension. The posters ask Muslims to stop using loudspeakers for the azaan and to leave the village by the year-end. Kargaina is a thickly populated village on the Bareilly-Badaun highway. Of its population of 9,000, around 3,000 are Muslims, who mostly live on one side of the village. “The poster says ‘sarkar hamari aa gayi hai, sudhar jao (mend your ways, our government is in power)’ and was signed ‘gaon ke sabhi Hindu (Hindus of the village)’,” said Taqi Ahmed, a mosque caretaker.

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Source of information News Report Place of incident Village
Number of victims 1 Identity of victim Muslims
Location of incident Village Was cross FIR filed 0
perpetrator Organizational Right Wing Hindutva Details of the FIR

Investigating agency Victim's lawyer
Role of police Unsatisfactory :Case registered Current status Under investigation
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Date of incident: May 24, 2017
Nature of Violence
  • Threat
  • Causal factors
  • Attack against work/ideology/activism of individual or group
  • Name of the victim : Muslims
    Name of Perpetrator Hindu extremists
    State Uttar Pradesh
    District/City Bareilly
    Party In Power / Incidents BJP - Bharatiya Janata Party
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