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HENB | Kanpur | January 29, 2016:: A man named Awdhesh Savita from Randar locality was tonsured, garlanded with shoes, and paraded in disgrace on a donkey through the streets of Jalaun HQ Orai in Uttar Pradesh by Bajrang Dal activists who accused him of ‘converting Hindu men to Christianity by allurements’ and ‘feeding beefs to the children’.
According to reports, the alleged victim, Awdhesh Savita is a resident of Randar in Jalaun district.
On Friday afternoon, a 200 strong mob reached his house, brought him out forcibly, and took him to Orai (district headquarters), paraded him through the town after shaving his hair, eyebrows, moustache and garlanded him with shoes before parading him on a donkey.
Reports claim, the mob reportedly accused Awdhesh of luring three Hindu men to a church in Kachwaha village of Mirzapur district on the pretext of attending a ‘evangelic satsang’ and converting them to Christianity.
The activists did not allow Awdhesh to be taken to the police station following which, the police and PAC personnel reached the spot and took the victim to Orai Kotwali police station.
The Bajrang Dal activists also allegedly claimed that the victim forced Hindus to consume beef against their will. It is told that the man in the conversion picture, Awdhesh Savita was converted into Christanity a couple of months ago and now active into proselytization programmes in his nearby locality and outside.
They also alleged that pictures of Hindu gods and goddesses were thrown on the floor and the converted Hindus were forced to walk on them, reports said.
Deputy inspector general (DIG), Jhansi range, Sharad Sachan said three FIRs had been lodged in connection with the incident, including two against Bajrang Dal members, who have not been named, and one against the alleged victim, Awdhesh Savita. No arrest has been made yet.
__Agencies, Pic Courtesy: ABP News.