Bangalore: A group of Muslims attacks a Hindu shopkeeper just for playing Hanuman Chalisa

A shocking incident has come to light from Bangalore where some Muslim youth carried out an incident. Several Muslims attacked Mukesh in Bengaluru’s Nagarathpet area for allegedly playing Hanuman Chalisa. In this case, the police have registered a case against 6 people and detained 3 people. There has been a viral video of this case circulating on social media.

Giving information about this incident, Bengaluru Police said that an argument broke out between a shopkeeper and some people near Siddanna Layout on Sunday evening at the time of ‘Azaan’. The shopkeeper was playing a Hanuman Chalisa loudly when some Muslim youth interrupted him and an argument started. After this, he beat up the shopkeeper. An FIR has been registered in the Halsoor Gate police area and the police are busy arresting the accused.

According to the information received, this incident took place in Nagarathpet on Sunday evening, where a group of 6 people attacked a shopkeeper. The complainant alleges that these people used to ask for money from him, but he refused to give it. To avenge this, they objected to the devotional song being played at his shop and assaulted him.’ The victim has been taken to Victoria Hospital for treatment. A case of attempt to murder, criminal intimidation, incitement, causing hurt by dangerous means, and voluntarily causing hurt has been registered against the accused.

The viral video has been shared by Sudarshan News on Twitter. The viral video has been viewed by 1 lakh people. To carry out such an incident is a matter of extreme devotion. After watching the viral video, users shared various reactions.

One user writes, ‘It is a well-conceived conspiracy that wherever a bloody government comes to power, these Jihadis will make the lives of Hindus miserable and we contractors of the society will be forgotten just by talking. Wake up Hindus, wake up, there is still time, there is a person who is fighting for you, so strengthen his hand and this time gearing up to cross 400.

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