Love Jihad victim cries for justice, wants help from Govt

A video of a love jihad is going viral on social media. The video is from Delhi, in which a girl herself claims that a Muslim boy is harassing her. He is blackmailing her through explicit videos and threatening to kill her. He is also pressuring her to stop performing Hindu religious rituals and forcing her to convert to Islam. He is threatening to spread the videos and harm her family if she doesn’t comply. The girl is seeking help through the video, as she doesn’t want to become another victim like Sakshi.

The victimized girl in the video says, “There is a boy who is troubling me a lot. I met him through Facebook. We were in a relationship for three years. But the boy has some explicit photos and videos of me, which he uses to blackmail me. He threatens to viral the videos and sends them to my office colleagues. He even threatens to kill me and my family. He stops me from going to the temple and asks me to accept Islam. He also threatens to viral the videos to force me to convert.”

The girl wants to get rid of the Muslim boy and requests that all the videos and photos he has of her be removed, and she wants to stay away from him forever. She doesn’t want to become a victim of this brutality, especially after Sakshi’s incident. She doesn’t want to become another Sakshi.

With courage and determination, this girl has uploaded the video on social media. This act is a symbol of her strong willpower and courage. Looking at her painful experiences and the transformation in her troubled life, she has sought the support of social media so that her voice can reach the whole world. This step of her is a symbol of determination and decisiveness, which helps her move forward to achieve self-respect and her rights. She has faced struggles against all hopes and fears. Through the video, she has not only tried to save herself but she also alerted others and inspired them to fight against the elements of evil. Her courage and strength are remarkable examples that motivate all of us to raise our voices against wrongdoing and stand up for the truth.

Sweta Dagar is an avid reader and writer. She hails from Bulandshahr (U.P) where she completed her formap education. She loves exploring varieties of topics that shape the public opinion at large. If you have any queries, feel free to contact her at [email protected].