In Bidar, Karnataka, a mob entered the historic madrasa and worshiped, Owaisi took a dig at the BJP

07 Oct, 2022

A case of forcibly entering a historic madrasa of a crowd of people participating in the Dussehra procession in the Bidar district of Karnataka has come to light. The police have registered a case against nine people in this case. It is alleged that the mob allegedly ransacked the madrasa and raised slogans, along with worshiping in the corner of the building. All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) chief Asaduddin Owaisi hit out at the state's ruling BJP over the incident, accusing it of promoting such incidents to "degrade Muslims".

Police registered a case

After the matter came to light, the police registered a case against 70 people. Police have arrested 4 out of 9 named people, while the search for 5 others is still going on. Many Muslim organizations in Bidar have condemned the incident and demanded the arrest of the accused.

On the occasion of Dussehra in Bidar, a video of a mob forcibly entering a historic madrasa and worshiping is going viral, in which a large number of people are seen standing on the steps of the madrasa and shouting slogans of 'Hinduism ki Jai'. In the viral video, it is seen that a crowd standing on the stairs is trying to go inside the building.

Muslim organizations furious

Many Muslim organizations in Bidar have strongly criticized this incident. Along with this, a protest has demanded the arrest of the criminals. He has warned that if the accused are not arrested, there will be a massive protest after the Friday prayers. At the same time, All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen chief Asaduddin Owaisi has targeted the ruling BJP of the state over the incident. He said that the government is promoting such incidents to humiliate Muslims.

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