Two minority devotees of Lord Rama threatened to kill!


Bangla Hunt Desk: On the one hand, the country is given an example of communal harmony, on the other hand, the people who maintain this communal harmony live in fear. One such case is coming up from Aligarh. Where two Muslim women have been threatened with death. It may be mentioned that Ravi Asif Khan and Nargis, residents of Dehli Gate area of ​​Aligarh, prayed at their house on 5th August during the puja for the construction of Shri Ram Mandir in Ayodhya. Other women were also present in their house during Aarti.

On July 30, Ram sent Lala K Rakhi and a check for Rs 5,100 to the trust for the construction of the temple. Now these women are reporting that they are being threatened with death and leaflets threatening to expel them from religion have been distributed throughout the area.

CO City Sudesh Gupta said there was no need for the complainants to be afraid. Emergency action will be taken as soon as a complaint is lodged on death threats and other allegations.

Police said they heard about the boycott of Ruby Asif Khan, a resident of Shah Jamal ADA Colony, on the night of August 18 and the distribution of controversial leaflets related to the threats. A special team of police is keeping a close eye on the case.