Video: 'Patthar Baazi Nahi Karenge,' Muslim Men Paraded Half-Naked In Indore Streets For Throwing Stones At Hindu Homes

Video: 'Patthar Baazi Nahi Karenge,' Muslim Men Paraded Half-Naked In Indore Streets For Throwing Stones At Hindu Homes

The whole scene was recorded in a video which is taking rounds on social media.

FPJ Web DeskUpdated: Friday, June 21, 2024, 12:08 PM IST
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Indore (Madhya Pradesh): Indore Police paraded a group of Muslim men through the streets for allegedly throwing stones at houses of Hindus on Thursday evening. The whole scene was recorded in a video which is taking rounds on social media.

Their names are listed as Mohammad Zubair, Mohammad Amjad, Mohammad Moin Qureshi, Mohammad Wasim, Mohammad Mohsin, Mohammad Masroof, and Mohammad Shahrukh.

The incident reportedly began when Mohammad Zubair and his gang allegedly pelted stones at houses belonging to Hindu residents, causing fear and disruption. In response, the Indore police took action by arresting the gang members.

The video shows these men tied together with a rope and being made to walk through the streets as the police escort them. The men can be heard saying, "Nahi karenge, nahi karenge, patthar baazi nahi karenge" (We won't do it, we won't throw stones anymore). At one point, the police are heard instructing them to pick up the stones they had thrown.

In a recent video posted on Twitter by Chandan Sharma, an activist and political analyst, this incident has caught significant attention. Sharma praised the Indore police for their strict action against the gang, in the caption. He mentioned that although the video is somewhat old, it was still gratifying to watch.

This incident highlights the police's strong stance against such criminal activities and their method of publicly shaming the offenders to deter future incidents. The video has sparked discussions on social media about law enforcement tactics and community safety.

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