Muslims in Jodhpur violated the Law and encroached on social peace
So far, 141 people have been arrested and were accused of the violence that happened during Eid in Jodhpur. A specific communal society
furled the Islamic Flag in the Jalori gate circle which was opposed by the other community, and while restricting them, the Islamic encroacher started stone-pelting police and people.
Muslims celebrate Eid as an Islamic Festival based on the love and fraternity of the society but the Islamic Community’s actions are not intended to maintain peace and spread brotherhood in the society.
Jodhpur Violence, it seems like Jodhpur Violence was a planned series of actions in which Muslims were the perpetrators. They planned a rally on Eid day which was not relevant as per the Eid ritual and even administrative officials had not given a permit for the rally. While passing from the highlighted area of Jodhpur, where Parashuram Jayanti was being celebrated, they shouted the
Anti-National Slogan and furled Anti National Flags on the Jalori gate circle which was not according to the law of the land of India.
The act was such that it should be criticized in every aspect and the perpetrators should be punished so that they do not repeat the act.
Whereas per the Indian Law, the violence of Jodhpur is a violation of Indian law because a specific community has violated the rule of law and tried to encroach on the peace of the society, the International Platforms like United Nations suggested India cope with the minority community and should respect the rituals of the community including Muslims as well.
The esteemed organization once should have focused on the fact that India is the second or third largest country having a Muslim Population and still the best increasing rate of Muslim population have been witnessing our India.
Internet service was cut down for the area after the riots begin and a curfew was imposed in the hot areas of the city. The police have arrested many accused of the act and still are searching for some of them.
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