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"They burnt our mosques, they burnt the Quran and even drank liquor inside", said a visibly moved Farhana. No one could hold their tears. Everyone kept crying in the hall. It was the third day of our relief at Mustafabad.
The next day I went to Madina Mosque at Shiv Vihar. The visuals were as if a wrath has been unleashed by monsters. The hindutva goons blasted the mosque with gas cylinders, even the fans melted down with the heat. After the fire cooled down, they came again to drink liquor there.
Empty liquor bottles and burnt pages of Quran lied everywhere on the floor. I took a burnt Quran with me as a grim reminder of what secularism does to minority in the country. This picture narrates the hypocrisy of the secularism of the country we reside in.
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"It was a nest I finally built for my wife and six children after a lifetime of struggle," says Mr Munazir. "It was the only thing I wanted in life, it was my only dream come true."

The dream ended in flames on a bright, sunny Tuesday morning last week.
Munazir's house was looted and torched by a mob of masked and helmeted young men, who swept into the mixed neighbourhood. They were armed with staves, hockey sticks, stones and bottles filled with petrol, and were chanting "Jai Shri Ram".
Millions of dollars worth of property was destroyed. And there's mounting evidence that Muslims were targeted in a planned manner, with numerous well-documented examples showing some police aiding the rioters, or simply looking the other way.
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Watch this set of videos. This is how #HindutvaBurnedDelhi. The victim's are left blinded and have no one to take care of them.
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North East Delhi state sponsored Pogrom.
Where majority Muslims martyred.
One of my friend was is Delhi (Shiv Vihar). Where he witnessed the ravage done to the Ms homes, shops.
#HindutvaBurnedDelhi #DelhiPogrom
So the Hindutva group's sorrounded the Ms area (Galli), from all sides. And they entered from each side so that no one would escape from there. And they all were carrying rods, sticks, stones and petrol bom.t
They all had the support of Delhi Police. Even if Ms called out for help to the Police, they were disregarded.
My friend went to one hospital to look for someone. When he got there, there were many people injured and critical too.
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A thread on the Victims of #DelhiPogrom
The oldest v¡ctim of Delhi v¡olence, Akberi d¡ed on February 26 after her house in Gamri village was set on fire, her son Mohammad Saeed Salmani told Al Jazeera. Salmani operated a garments workshop on the first two floors of his house.
Ashfaq, who ran an electrical shop in Chand Bagh, was killed in closeby Brijpuri at around 6pm on February 24. He had five bull€t ¡njuries on his body, his family told Al Jazeera. Ashfaq got married only 10 days earlier on February 14.
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A long thread on Relig¡ous Places of Musl¡m's being destr0yed by H¡ndutva terr0r¡sts during #DelhiPogrom.
This is how #HindutvaBurnedDelhi :
𝟏) 𝐂𝐡𝐚𝐧𝐝 𝐌𝐚𝐬𝐣𝐢𝐝, 𝐀𝐬𝐡𝐨𝐤 𝐍𝐚𝐠ar
🔸𝐓𝐡𝐞 𝐢𝐧𝐜𝐢𝐝𝐞𝐧𝐭 :
25th Feb: around 2 pm, an aggressive m0b of 10-12 young boys came, but people of that locality drove them away.
They returned at 3 pm with a larger m0b consisting around 100-150 people.
There was a construction going on outside the masjid, so a lot of stones were collected & p€lted by the mob. They piled up A.C's, coolers, mic systems, books etc. in the middle of the mosque & set them ablaz€, by using petrol b0mbs. The damage caused was around Rs.5 lakhs
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