Weekly Hindu Persecution Digest: 17 November- 23 November 2014
1. Six years on, Jihadi Romeo’s responsible for the death of 3 girls roams free
Report: It has been six years since three twelfth standard students decided to put an end to their lives because of the monstrous menace of love jihad. Justice however eludes them, with the case seeing little progress. The tale of the three girls had a tragic end, with Shahnawaz and Saufar, the jihadis turning romeos capturing explicit videos of these girls on mobile phone and using the same to threaten them. The girls, seeing no end to the calamity that befell them decided to put an end to their lives.
2. RSS says cops disrupting its shakhas
Report: The RSS leadership in West Bengal claimed that the West Bengal administration has started swooping down on Sangh’s shakhas, with two incidents of the policemen disrupting Sangh’s activities.
3. Media abuse and mischief in Rampal issue
Report: Coverage of the events at Satlok Ashram at Barwala in Hisar (Haryana) is bordering on the abusive. The media seem to have pounced upon the opportunity to paint all Hindu religious activity in the blackest of shades and to pontificate against all sects, sampradayas, sadhus, sannyasins and other Hindu religious leaders in the vilest terms.
4. Hindu temple torched in Tando Mohammad Khan
Report: A small Hindu temple of Hanuman in Tando Mohammad Khan town was torched in the early hours of 21 November, sparking protests by the enraged Hindu community and nationalist parties. Hindu Panchayat leaders Dr Girdarilal Mirchomal Gul, Babu Patel and Mohan Lal termed the arson attack a conspiracy to trigger riots in Tando Mohammad Khan district and vowed to foil such attempts by exercising restraint.