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Two-man forced a Muslim scrap dealer to chant “Jai Shree Ram” at a village in Ujjain Madhya Pradesh. The incident happened on Saturday, and two purported videos of it went viral on Facebook and Twitter. The Ujjain police arrested both accused and booked them under sections 153-A, 505(2), and 323 of the Indian Penal Code (IPC). Police arrested them for promoting enmity between different groups on the grounds of religion and public mischief.

In the viral video, we see the duo throwing scraps from the victim’s cart and asking him not to enter the village again. However, it was not an ordinary fight in day-to-day life; it results from the hate that the ruling party spreads among subjects. Video shows the duo threatening and forcing Muslim men to chant ‘Jai Shri Ram. The incident happened on Saturday when scrap dealer Abdul Rasheed, a resident of Mahidpur town who has been collecting scraps here for a long time, went to Sikli village to collect some debris in his mini truck.

Hindu Mob threatened Muslim men not to enter their village again.

However, the duo forced Abdul to leave the village and also threatened against doing his scrap business in the town. When Abdul left the city, two men intercepted Pipliya Dhuma, beat him, and forced him to chant ‘Jai Shri Ram. Abdul somehow got out from there after giving in to their demand,”

These things are happening in India under a particular schedule that the ruling party has planned. The government is watching everything as a mute spectator. The state government should take strict action against the accused who are “disturbing peace.” We have seen many incidents in the last few weeks where the Hindu mob does not let the Muslims enter their locality. Last week mob thrashed a beggar in Ajmer and asked him to go to Pakistan. The same thing happened with a Bengel seller when he entered the Hindu locality. Government should take strict action against these Hindu mobs for spreading enmity in the community.

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