In a shocking development in Indore, a group of people were seen distributing pamphlets promoting hatred against RSS and Bajrangdal near a mosque under Raoji Bazar police station limits of the city, following which an FIR has been subsequently registered for the same against ten unidentified persons.
As per the reports, a group of people in the Raoji Bazar area were allegedly seen distributing objectionable pamphlets against the RSS and one of its affiliates Bajrangdal near a mosque on May 20. It’s been reported that objectionable words against both of the organisations were printed on the pamphlets, following which a FIR against 8-10 unidentified persons under sec 153 of the Indian Penal Code has been registered based on a complaint filed by a 45 yr old woman in the Raoji Bazar police station.
Speaking with the media on May 24, DCP Rajesh Singh quoted that a complaint in the matter has been filed following which CCTV footage of the area is being examined, a few people in the vicinity have also been questioned, and the accused will soon be identified and action will be taken against them.
In the pamphlet distributed, which is doing rounds on the internet, an appeal has been made to the young Muslim women to stay aware of the ‘Bhagwa Love Trap’; it further claims that the members of RSS and Bajrang Dal have set a target of converting around 10 lakh Muslim women in a year.
‘Kafir (Infidels) RSS and Bajrangdal members convert Muslim girls by befriending them on social media (Instagram, facebook) or in schools and colleges. Around 800 girls of Amravati have already become Murtad (converts), you should not fall prey to Bhagwa Love Trap, and if you have already made a mistake come back to us, your brother ‘Min Jabin’ will look after you; it read further.
The organiser representative also tried to contact Raoji Bazar police station for an update on the case though he was informed that an investigation is still underway into the matter.