India : First death recorded in Khargone violence, body of 30-year-old man missing since April 10 found in hospital

MP: First death recorded in Khargone violence, body of 30-year-old man missing since April 10 found in hospital The deceased Ibris Khan was a municipal employee in Khargone. He is survived by his wife and one child. The brother of the deceased, Ikhlaq, has alleged that his brother was killed by the police and local people.   Bhopal:Now the death of one person has been confirmed in the violence that took place on the day of Ram Navami in Khargone, Madhya Pradesh. The body of 30-year-old Ibris Khan has been identified in MY Hospital, Indore. After the violence of Ram Navami procession , his family members were looking for him. According to the local police, Khan was brutally murdered by 7-8 unidentified people on the intervening night of April 10-11. A case of murder was registered late on the night of 14 April, 4 days after the disappearance. His body was kept in the freezer at MY Hospital, Indore. His relatives, who had been wandering for the last 10 days, identified the body as missing Ibris Khan late on Sunday night. The body has now been handed over to the relatives.  The deceased Ibris Khan was a municipal employee in Khargone. He is survived by his wife and one child. The brother of the deceased, Ikhlaq, has alleged that his brother was killed by the police and the local people. He claimed that Ibris Khan was last seen in police custody on the evening of April 10 at Khargone police station. Ikhlaq has questioned why the police took a week to inform him about the murder and to identify the body.  Let us tell you that there have been constant questions on the functioning of the police regarding Khargone violence. Questions are also being raised regarding the FIR registered by the police. The person who was made accused by the police was admitted to the hospital that day while another was in Karnataka.

The deceased Ibris Khan was a municipal employee in Khargone. He is survived by his wife and one child. The brother of the deceased, Ikhlaq, has alleged that his brother was killed by the police and local people.

Bhopal : Now the death of one person has been confirmed in the violence that took place on the day of Ram Navami in Khargone, Madhya Pradesh. The body of 30-year-old Ibris Khan has been identified in MY Hospital, Indore. After the violence of Ram Navami procession , his family members were looking for him. According to the local police, Khan was brutally murdered by 7-8 unidentified people on the intervening night of April 10-11. A case of murder was registered late on the night of 14 April, 4 days after the disappearance. His body was kept in the freezer at MY Hospital, Indore. His relatives, who had been wandering for the last 10 days, identified the body as missing Ibris Khan late on Sunday night. The body has now been handed over to the relatives.

The deceased Ibris Khan was a municipal employee in Khargone. He is survived by his wife and one child. The brother of the deceased, Ikhlaq, has alleged that his brother was killed by the police and the local people. He claimed that Ibris Khan was last seen in police custody on the evening of April 10 at Khargone police station. Ikhlaq has questioned why the police took a week to inform him about the murder and to identify the body.

Let us tell you that there have been constant questions on the functioning of the police regarding Khargone violence. Questions are also being raised regarding the FIR registered by the police. The person who was made accused by the police was admitted to the hospital that day while another was in Karnataka.

Jahangirpuri Clash: How did Hanuman Jayanti's procession turn into violence and hatred? The group of men was part of the Shobha Yatra organized on the occasion of Hanuman Jayanti.  It was about 6 o'clock in the evening. The mosque was packed with members of the Muslim community. The people of the community were waiting in about 40 minutes to break their fast and sit down for the evening prayers. That's when Sajid claims that he saw a group of 300-400 men with swords and other weapons in their hands, shouting Jai Shri Ram.  The group of men was part of the Shobha Yatra organized on the occasion of Hanuman Jayanti. But as the crowd drew closer to the mosque, Sajid feared that Delhi might be added to the list of areas that had recently witnessed major clashes during religious processions.  Sajid claims that the crowd raised slogans of 'Who has to live in this country, Jai Shri Ram will have to be said'. The mob then tried to hoist the flag at the mosque, but was stopped by the people present in the premises, after which the flags fell inside. When The Quint visited Jahangirpuri on the morning of Sunday 17 April, flags could still be seen inside the mosque.  He said it was unacceptable. So of course, there will be a reaction of people from inside the mosque. Thus the clash took place. It was not just sloganeering, but an attempt to enter the mosque with a saffron flag. He made this claim.  The conflict then spread to the entire part of Jahangirpuri between blocks G and H (Hindu-majority areas) to C-blocks (Muslim-majority). A total of 9 people were injured in the violence that followed. This includes 8 policemen and one civilian.  So far, a total of 20 people have been named and arrested in the FIR in this case. Of these, 15 are Muslims and five are Hindus. Two minors have also been arrested. According to DCP North-West, Usha Rangani, three arms and five swords have been recovered from the accused persons.  Rangani had earlier said that nine people, including 8 policemen and a civilian, were injured and were being treated at a hospital.  'Yes, we had swords...but just for fun' The Quint also spoke to several members of the Hindu community involved in the Shobha Yatra procession.  Rakesh claimed that our path was fixed, we had also got permission from the administration for this route. But, when our procession passed near the mosque, some people from above the mosque started pelting stones at us. He had bags full of stones. Sahu, the driver of Jahangirpuri G block, was part of the procession.  Many videos of the procession are going viral on social media, in which people are waving swords and sticks. The Quint could not independently verify all the videos doing the rounds. But many people involved in the procession confirmed that they did indeed have swords and sticks.  Sahu said that we had sticks which are used to hold the flag of Hanuman ji. Some of us even had swords, yes, but we didn't intend to attack or injure us.  When asked why they keep swords, Sahu said that the swords were only for show. We were enjoying ourselves, playing songs with the DJ, we were dancing and just having fun. The sword was not meant to attack, it was just for fun.  However, members of the procession denied that an attempt was made to enter the mosque. Hitesh Kumar, another member of the procession, said that none of us tried to enter the mosque or hoist the flag, we do not know from where these flags came inside the mosque.  However, there were some members of the Hindu community who were criticizing the procession on swords and sloganeering in front of the mosque. PS Dange, a 52-year-old shopkeeper from Jahangirpuri, said that the road in front of the mosque, and then raised provocative slogans there. This is not correct. We have lived here peacefully for a long time. But Jahangirpuri is a sensitive area, so we have to be careful. I do not understand why Shobha Yatra was required to carry swords and weapons with them. Or why did he just choose?  Fear and sloganeering in the presence of police Although heavy police force was deployed in the entire area of ​​Jahangirpuri to pacify the situation, there was panic among the people.  This may be because, despite the presence of police, BJP leaders raised slogans right in front of the mosque, which was the epicenter of the clash a day earlier. BJP's temple cell chief Karnail Singh raised slogans of 'Who will have to live in this country, Jai Shri Ram' in front of the mosque on Sunday afternoon.  Source : the quint

Jahangirpuri Clash: How did Hanuman Jayanti's procession turn into violence and hatred?

The group of men was part of the Shobha Yatra organized on the occasion of Hanuman Jayanti.

It was about 6 o'clock in the evening. The mosque was packed with members of the Muslim community. The people of the community were waiting in about 40 minutes to break their fast and sit down for the evening prayers. That's when Sajid claims that he saw a group of 300-400 men with swords and other weapons in their hands, shouting Jai Shri Ram.

The group of men was part of the Shobha Yatra organized on the occasion of Hanuman Jayanti. But as the crowd drew closer to the mosque, Sajid feared that Delhi might be added to the list of areas that had recently witnessed major clashes during religious processions.

Sajid claims that the crowd raised slogans of 'Who has to live in this country, Jai Shri Ram will have to be said'. The mob then tried to hoist the flag at the mosque, but was stopped by the people present in the premises, after which the flags fell inside.

When The Quint visited Jahangirpuri on the morning of Sunday 17 April, flags could still be seen inside the mosque.

He said it was unacceptable. So of course, there will be a reaction of people from inside the mosque. Thus the clash took place. It was not just sloganeering, but an attempt to enter the mosque with a saffron flag. He made this claim.

The conflict then spread to the entire part of Jahangirpuri between blocks G and H (Hindu-majority areas) to C-blocks (Muslim-majority). A total of 9 people were injured in the violence that followed. This includes 8 policemen and one civilian.

So far, a total of 20 people have been named and arrested in the FIR in this case. Of these, 15 are Muslims and five are Hindus. Two minors have also been arrested. According to DCP North-West, Usha Rangani, three arms and five swords have been recovered from the accused persons.

Rangani had earlier said that nine people, including 8 policemen and a civilian, were injured and were being treated at a hospital.

'Yes, we had swords...but just for fun'
The Quint also spoke to several members of the Hindu community involved in the Shobha Yatra procession.

Rakesh claimed that our path was fixed, we had also got permission from the administration for this route. But, when our procession passed near the mosque, some people from above the mosque started pelting stones at us. He had bags full of stones. Sahu, the driver of Jahangirpuri G block, was part of the procession.

Many videos of the procession are going viral on social media, in which people are waving swords and sticks. The Quint could not independently verify all the videos doing the rounds. But many people involved in the procession confirmed that they did indeed have swords and sticks.

Sahu said that we had sticks which are used to hold the flag of Hanuman ji. Some of us even had swords, yes, but we didn't intend to attack or injure us.

When asked why they keep swords, Sahu said that the swords were only for show. We were enjoying ourselves, playing songs with the DJ, we were dancing and just having fun. The sword was not meant to attack, it was just for fun.

However, members of the procession denied that an attempt was made to enter the mosque. Hitesh Kumar, another member of the procession, said that none of us tried to enter the mosque or hoist the flag, we do not know from where these flags came inside the mosque.

However, there were some members of the Hindu community who were criticizing the procession on swords and sloganeering in front of the mosque.
PS Dange, a 52-year-old shopkeeper from Jahangirpuri, said that the road in front of the mosque, and then raised provocative slogans there. This is not correct. We have lived here peacefully for a long time. But Jahangirpuri is a sensitive area, so we have to be careful. I do not understand why Shobha Yatra was required to carry swords and weapons with them. Or why did he just choose?

Fear and sloganeering in the presence of police
Although heavy police force was deployed in the entire area of ​​Jahangirpuri to pacify the situation, there was panic among the people.

This may be because, despite the presence of police, BJP leaders raised slogans right in front of the mosque, which was the epicenter of the clash a day earlier. BJP's temple cell chief Karnail Singh raised slogans of 'Who will have to live in this country, Jai Shri Ram' in front of the mosque on Sunday afternoon.

Source : the quint
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