Gujarat Minorities Body Demands Action Against “Hate Mongers”

| Updated: August 3, 2022 3:09 pm

Taking strong exception to a social media and poster campaign in Surat threatening bus operators against halting at highway eateries run by Muslims, a Gujarat-based human rights organisation has dashed off a letter to State DGP Ashish Bhatia to initiate action against such “hate mongers”.

The letter by Mujahid Nafees, convenor of NGO Minority Coordination Committee, points out that the poster threatens the luxury bus operators and drivers that they may have to suffer damages to their vehicles if they made halts at any hotel, restaurant or dhaba run by the Muslims.

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The NGO has requested the DGP to register an FIR against the people responsible for the threatening post and strict action against them.
“Sir, these types of posters being circulated on social media create fears among the people. Apprehending violence, people have started avoiding outstation bus travel. This will have a catalytic adverse impact on the businesses in the state,” the NGO wrote.

The organisation has drawn the attention of the DGP to the poster and video by Raju Shevale and Omprakash Shah, office-bearers of International VHP and Internation Bajrang Dal, who have issued the threats.

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