Hindu Youth shot dead by two miscreants for criticizing Tablighi Jamat for spreading Corona

In a shocking incident, a Hindu youth has been killed by some miscreants at his residence in Uttar Pradesh’s Prayagraj. He was brutally attacked by unknown miscreants at his house for criticizing Tablighi Jamat for spreading COVID-19 across the country.

According to police, the deceased was speaking with some people and held the Tablighi Jamaat responsible for spreading coronavirus across the country. Meanwhile, one of them, said to be the main accused, left the spot and later returned with some other people.

The victim was standing outside his house when the accused shot him to death on the spot. The incident took place in Kareli. Two people, including the main accused, have been arrested in connection with the murder

The accused tried to escape from the place but were caught by the locals who later handed them over to the police. Forces in large numbers were deployed in the area in the wake of the incident. The area was cordoned off by the police. 

Taking cognisance of the incident, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has directed that the accused be booked under the stringent National Security Act (NSA). He has also announced a compensation of Rs five lakh for the victim’s family.

Hordes of people recently attended prayer gatherings organised by the Tablighi Jamaat. The event was held at Nizamuddin Markaz mosque located in Nizamuddin West in South Delhi where several people came to attend the event from Malaysia, Indonesia, Saudi Arabia and Kyrgyzstan. Later, they spread the infection in the country. 

MNS chief Raj Thakeray also took his anger out at Markaz people. Thackeray said, “Why are we treating them, they should shot down.” “If they think that their religion is bigger than the country and want to engage in some conspiracy…they are spitting at people, on vegetables, roaming nude before the nurses,” he said.

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