Mohammad Shami’s wife seeks help from Yogi- as Islamic extremists issues “Murder- rape” threats

Indian cricketer Mohammad Shami’s wife Hasin Jahan once again hit the headlines for sharing congratulatory messages on Ram temple Bhoomi Pujan in Ayodhya.

Recently, Jahan took to Instagram to post congratulatory messages. However, her post did not go down well with some people. Moments after she shared post, she started receiving several threats.

She shared the post with the caption: “Congratulating all the Hindus for the Bhoomi Puja of Ram Mandir in Ayodha.”

Jahan has put herself into trouble for just pouring her heartfelt wishes on a historic day. Several users started abusing her as well as threatened to rape and murder her following her posts, the officer said. 

Even a user named Hasib Khan verbally abused her and then threatened to rape her. Many even threatened to murder her.

Hasin said, “On August 5, Ram Mandir was rebuilt and therefore I congratulated all of my Hindu brothers and sisters on social media. But then some mean-minded Muslims commented on my post. They have given rape threats and even murder threats.”

She approached police to lodge a complaint under the cybercrime department. She said, “I have attached the screenshots of the complaint registered and I want these people to be punished.”

“This is very much unfortunate that I have been continuously harassed at abused by certain mean-minded people after I wished our Hindu brothers and sisters for the erection of the Ram mandir Ayodhya on August 5, 2020,” her complaint stated.

“Same people are continuously threatening me on raping and molesting also. In this situation, I am feeling helpless and worried about my daughter’s future also. This continuous attack through social media like Instagram, Facebook and Twitter make me jeopardised, please help me as I am feeling in secured every moment. If this continues I will be mentally depressed and dejected,” Hasin said.

“I will be highly obliged if you kindly take immediate action. I am feeling highly insecure as I live alone with my daughters. Now every second has become a nightmare for me,” Jahan added.

No arrests have been made in connection to the case yet.

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