Hindutva goons brutally assault Muslim student in Madhya Pradesh



Hindutva goons mercilessly assaulted a Muslim student on the charges of talking to a Hindu girl in the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh.

In a shocking video making rounds on the social media the Hindutva goons can be seen brutally as-saulting the Muslim boy. The incident took place in Khandwa city of the state.

Police said, six persons involved in the attack on the boy have been arrested. Although the incident was reported to the police on January 3, the day of the assault, the arrests were made only after a dele-gation of local Muslims approached the police de-manding action against the culprits. Talking to reporters, the student named Shahbaz maintained that he was returning from a market in the afternoon when a Hindu girl approached him regarding a book. The miscreants surrounded Shahbaz and began to ask why he was talking to the girl. They then report-edly started abusing and assaulting the victim.

Shahbaz said he was assaulted for three hours. “They asked me my name and took me away,” he said. The victim also said that the mob threatened to kill him if he was found talking to the girl again.

The Indian authorities attached over 200 properties of members of prominent political party, Popular Front of India (PFI), in Kerala state.

At least 202 properties, including houses, shops and offices were attached by government officials in all of Kerala’s districts.

Approximately 15 locations across the state were the sites of attachment proceedings by the state revenue authorities at the homes of PFI state officials and activists.

The officials at Puthiyakavu in Karunagappally in Kollam attached the house and 12 cents of land held by former PFI state general secretary Abdul Sattar.

The officials have said that they would attach 5 cents of land from K P Noushad of Mavilayi, 2.5 cents from K V Noushad of Kadambur, 10 cents of land from M M Raziq of Pamburuthi, 33 cents of land from Vayoth Harun of Thriprangottur, 9.83 cents of land from M P Sameer of Mokeri, 92.34 cents of land from Peedikayullathil Thahir of Puliyanambram.—KMS