Haryana: Hindu religious procession attacked by Muslim crowd

The inauguration of the Ayodhya Ram temple is just around the corner, a moment eagerly awaited by the Hindu community. This event has sparked curiosity among Hindus. However, a recent video circulating on social media claims that there was an incident where Muslim individuals allegedly threw stones at Hindus and even opened fire.

The viral video is from Haryana. According to the video, the people whose houses were pelted with stones gave their statement and said, “A lot of stones were pelted at our children at around 10 pm. Stones were thrown at the houses’ doors and the shops’ locks were broken. They were searching for the son of a neighbor who had forcefully opened the gate of his house. There were about 15 people who started indiscriminate firing along with stone pelting. And all of them were Muslim people.”

He further explains the reason for this attack, “On the day of the inauguration of Ayodhya Ram mandir, all of us Hindus were planning to take out a Procession. But the people of the Muslim community threatened to behead those who should take out the Yatra.’  They also vandalized flags displayed at our homes.  All the boys who had planned to take out the rally were searched in their houses. ” After the incident, the police were informed about the incident.

Treeni has shared the viral video on Twitter. This incident was very shocking. Because of this incident, it has become even more important that caution should be taken on the day of the inauguration of Ayodhya Ram Temple and security should be increased at all such places. After watching the viral video, users shared a variety of reactions.

One user writes, ‘This is the situation when the Muslims here went to Pakistan, otherwise it would have become difficult to worship at home.’

Another user writes, ‘Why are Hindus crying like cry babies? Bhagavad Gita clearly says to fight back to defend the Sanatana dharma. Follow the holy book.

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