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Riots in Bareilly over burning pages of religious book… Muslim youth accused, mob surrounds police station; What steps were taken?

Nita Yadav

By Nita Yadav

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In Uttar Pradesh’s Bareilly, an uproar has been created by the actions of a person from the Muslim community. Enraged by the burning of an Islamic religious book, people rioted at the police station. He accused a person from his own community of burning pages of a Muslim religious book. People registered a case against the person, after which the person was taken into custody. An investigation is currently going on in this matter. A video of burning pages of a religious book has also gone viral on social media.

The case is from Bakarganj in Kila Police Station area of ​​Bareilly. The people of the Muslim community have made serious allegations against Khalid Ahmed, an officer of the Eidgah Committee who lives here. He said that Khalid had burnt the pages of an Islamic religious book. An old man said that whenever the pages of a religious book get damaged, it is buried. But Khalid burnt them instead of burying them. This has hurt the sentiments of the Muslim community.

People were not convinced even after apologizing

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When his video went viral, hundreds of people from the Muslim community reached the police station to riot. They created a huge ruckus there. He said that the accused should be arrested. Seeing the commotion outside the police station, the police tried to convince them. But there were so many people that for fear of something untoward happening, police forces had to be called from other police stations as well. Even when people did not agree, the police forced Khalid Ahmed to write an apology letter. When even this did not calm the anger of the people, the police took Khalid into custody. Only then did the mob’s anger subside. The police have assured people that appropriate action will be taken in this matter.

The police station in-charge gave the information

Giving information, Qila police station in-charge Harendra Singh said that there was a dispute over the burning of pages of religious books of Muslims in the area. One person has been detained in this case. He is being interrogated. Further proceedings are underway. Police are investigating the case from every angle.

Nita Yadav

Nita Yadav

I am Nita Yadav, specializing in writing about politics and breaking national news. My focus is on delivering insightful and timely perspectives on these crucial topics, aiming to inform and engage my readers effectively.

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