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MUSLIMS SHOCKED BY SPONTANEOUS HINDU RETALIATION.
Riot started for using Mosque water by a Hindu boy. Six dead. Thirty Injured.
Hindu News Agency: Lucknow : 07-06-2012 :: The recent Mathura Riot between Hindu Jats and Muslims caused a serious violence was not properly reported in the media. The death toll in the clashes in Kosi Kalan town in Mathura District of Uttar Pradesh, has shot up to six. Over 30 persons were also injured in the clashes, which flared up on Friday, 1st June 2011, reportedly ‘after a pedestrian used water meant for some religious purpose’, leading to a heated argument followed by the clashes between two communities. It has been reported by our source that when people were doing ablution (Wadzu) near the local mosque for Juma Prayer, a Hindu- Jat boy began using the water ignorantly from water pot from where Namazis were taking water. That Hindu boy had an urgent need to use that water after responding a nature’s call in a nearby off spot. The people snubbed him and beat him seriously.
That Hindu-Jat boy returned to his village and very soon, hundreds came up in lorries and when people were offering prayer in the mosque, they waited upto the completion of the ongoing Namaz and wanted justice for the beaten Hindu boy used Mosque Water ignorantly. The Namazi Mobs heard nothing and started throwing stones on them from the mosque, they also started attacking with lathis and swords. The Hindu Jat people protested and retaliated vehemently and trashed the Talibani Mentality of the hooligans of Kosi Kalan areas. The Riots flared up rapidly in the adjacent places.
As Muslims treat all non Muslims as Kaffirs (kuffār – Infidels) and Kaffirs are of Unholy (Napak) texture, the bastard Namazi Muslims started beating with all intolerance, an innocent boy who used some water from a Mosque source and digged a new well of communal tension.
Police said at least two dozen, houses, shops, temporary shops, vehicles were set to fire in the town, about 45 km from here.
The injured have been hospitalised in Mathura, Agra and Faridabad. A posse of PAC personnel and police have been deployed at the troubled areas.
The entire troubled area has been divided into two zones and six sectors, with the SDM and police circle officer as in-charge of each sector, as told by ADG Jagmohan Yadav. . Extra picket has been posted at sensitive spots, Yadav also said.
The police in the state has in the past faced allegations of so-called bias against minorities during Hindu-Muslim riots. Among the four dead, a youth Islamuddin was killed with bullet injury. The riot could be a cause of worry for the newly installed SP government in UP. Amongst injured there is a Muslim woman also as reports came in.
Bhura and Kallua, the twin victims of the riots, were beaten up by a mob and allegedly thrown into a burning shop while on their way to hospital. Apart from the two 22-year-olds, Sonu, 22, and Salauddin, 24, were among the dead.
A delegation of Jamaat-e-Islami Hind led by its all India secretary Mohammed Ahmed along with another secretary Md. Shafi Madani and Welfare Part of India’s General Secretary Dr. S.Q.R. Ilyas also visited the riot affected areas for providing immediate relief to the affected families and brining normality. They found situation very pathetic at Muslim locality.
The Shahi Imam of Delhi’s Jama Masjid Syed Ahmed Bukhari has accused, Akhilesh Yadav’s led SP government in Uttar Pradesh of taking late action in the Mathura communal riots and said he would rethink on supporting the party in the forthcoming municipal elections and 2014 general polls.
“Neither the Chief Minister (Akhilesh Yadav) nor (SP chief) Mulayam Singh (Yadav) visited the site to see the first hand account of what had happened in the Kosi kalan in Mathura two days ago”
He alleged that alleged that the riots were “pre-planned” and the government was not taking any strong action against the rioters.
“The Muslims voted for the Samajwadi Party in the state assembly elections and now Muslims are at the losing end…their morale is breaking,” he said in Agra while trying to go to Kosi kalan to meet the victims of violence. He however was refused permission to go the riot-hit town.
Bukhari also demanded adequate compensation for the riot victims.
The state government on Wednesday admitted on the floor of the assembly that the recent clash in Mathura was an utter failure on part of the administration and promised that action would be taken against the guilty after an impartial inquiry.
“We vehemently condemned the communal riots, resulting in four deaths and injuries to over 50, besides loss of property in Koshi Kalan area of Mathura district,” parliamentary affairs minister Azam Khan said while replying on an adjournment notice in the House. “We are ashamed of this incident and its occurrence within two months is a great challenge for the government,” he said, adding that it was a matter of grave concern.
The clashes could have been nipped in the bud if the district administration had acted promptly and swiftly, he said. No doubt, officials had been transferred from Mathura, but that was not enough, as deterrent action was needed to be taken against guilty officials in order to discourage the recurrence of such incidents in the future.
For this purpose, he said an impartial inquiry would be conducted to fix the accountability of officials and identify all those responsible for flaring up the clash, he said, while rejecting the opposition’s demand for an inquiry by a sitting high court judge into the incident.
Earlier, members belonging to Congress, RLD and BJP alleged laxity on the part of the district administration in handling the situation. Raising the issue, Hukum singh of BJP said that timely action would have prevented the situaiton.
Thakur Tejpal Singh, RLD MLA from Kosi Kalan, also blamed a former BSP minister Chaudhry Laxami Narain for instigating people and said a minor issue which could have been solved was ignited in order to gain political mileage in the coming local bodies’ elections.
Leader of the Opposition Swami Prasad Maurya said one of those named in the FIR, brother of the former minister, was present in the Vidhan Parishad of which he is a member and apprehended that his name could have been dragged into it as part of a conspiracy.
Earlier, during question hour session, the government today said that it had asked the Centre to increase the BPL quota for the state by permitting the inclusion of more poor families under the scheme.
The Uttar Pradesh government today condemned communal riots in Mathura earlier this month which left four people dead and promised to punish the guilty after an impartial inquiry.
Parliamentary Affairs Minister Azam Khan, while replying on an adjournment notice in the state Assembly on communal riot in Kosi Kalan area of Mathura said the incident was not an honour for the government and termed it as a challenge for the new government.
Promising an impartial inquiry, he assured the members that the responsibility of safety to every life and property there would be that of the district administration.
Khan, however, rejected the demand for an inquiry by a sitting high court judge into the incident as demanded by the opposition.
Some officials of the affected area have been transferred to other places to put new officials thereto.
It is significant that the Jat Hindus always retaliate over the Muslim encroachment upon their society frequently which dismantles the theory of Islamic UP by the secularist and Muslim force in Uttar Ptradesh.