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Upendra Bharati | HENB | New Delhi | April 17, 2022:: When there is Hindu Festivals like Ram Navami, Hanuman Jayati, Durga Puja Visarjan (immersion), Karwa Yatra there are some severe disruptions by the frenzy Muslim community. But there is never any disruption by Hindus on their festivals. The deep-rooted Hindu-hate in the section of a majority Muslim community is the root cause of national disturbance leading to communal riots. The so called ‘peaceful community’ get triggered by anything, anytime & anywhere against the ‘Kaffirs’.
Though the rate of communal riots has been reduced under the regime of Modi Govt in the Center and various states run under BJP control in the last couple of years, this year Ram Navami clebrations were attacked by the Jihadi group of Muslim people at Karauli and Khargone in Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh respectively during the Ram Navami processions. The Hanuman Jayati procession in Delhi’s Jahangirpuri triggered a risky communal situations seen widespread at adjacent Uttam Nagar, Jamia Nagar and Jasola areas.
An uneasy calm prevailed in Jahangirpuri’s C Block on Sunday, a day after violence broke out during a Hanuman Jayanti procession. Shops and markets near the Jahangirpuri Metro Station were functioning as usual on Sunday and there was a heavy police deployment in C Block, the epicentre of the violence that left eight police personnel and a local injured.
Manoj Kumar, a local man said he was at his shop in C Block when the violence broke out.
“I saw people screaming and rushing inside their houses…Previously I have seen verbal altercations between the communities here. People in the procession were carrying weapons but stone pelting was done by Muslims first,” Kumar claimed.
Amzad Sheikh, a resident of C Block, said he was inside the mosque in C Block when the violence broke out on Saturday evening.
“They (participants of Hanuman Jayanti procession) were chanting ‘Jai Shri Ram’ and raising ‘provocative slogans’. They wanted to forcibly enter a nearby mosque and started tying to place saffron flags all around creating ruckus between the groups fighting each others and stone pelting started.”
The claim of Amzad was not supported with the version of Delhi Police probing the incident.
In available video, it is seen that Muslims in Islamic caps were wielding swords and screaming with ‘Allah ho Akbar’ to incite the violence.
Security has been beefed up in and around C and D blocks near the mosque. Barricades have been put up and police personnel deployed at every 200 metres. Despite this, shops around the mosque were all shut.
Delhi Deputy Commissioner of Police (northwest), Usha Rangnani told, “20 accused arrested and 2 juveniles in conflict with law have also been apprehended in connection with Jahangirpuri violence case. 3 firearms and 5 swords have been recovered from the possession of the accused persons. Further investigation under way”.
The central agencies are trying to establish whether Delhi’s Jahangirpuri violence has any links with the recent violent incidents in Karauli and Khargone in Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh respectively during the Ram Navami processions.
Accused in Jahangirpuri violence case were produced to Rohini court by Delhi Police.
Rohini court sent two prime accused namely Ansar and Aslam to police custody for one day in connection with the Jahangirpuri violence case. The remaining 12 accused have been sent to judicial custody.
In Rohini court, Delhi Police alleges that the main accused namely Ansar and Aslam got to know about the ‘Shobha Yatra’ on April 15 and then they built up this conspiracy.
Delhi Police also said, “We have to go details through the CCTV footage and identify others involved in this case.”
A delegation of the Vishva Hindu Parishad on Sunday met Delhi police commissioner Rakesh Asthana and submitted a memorandum demanding strict action against those involved in the violence during a Hanuman Jayanti procession in Jahangirpuri. It also said that there should be an investigation against those officials who allegedly instead of restraining the culprits tried stopping the procession.
The injured over a dozen in the Jahangirpuri violence are being treated at Babu Jagjeevan Ram Memorial Hospital. The condition of the Delhi police sub-inspector who received the bullet injury is stated to be stable, officials said.
__Inputs from TOI Live.