Young man approached police for religious conversion
In Banda, Uttar Pradesh, a young man approached the police with an appeal that he did not want to remain in the Hindu religion and wanted to convert to Islam. The villagers are not liking the young man’s desire to accept Islam. There is anger in the entire village. At the same time, the people of the village are also calling the young man mentally disturbed. The young man’s father has accused people of other communities of trying to convert him to religion.
According to the information, this entire matter is of Jakhani village under Girwa police station. The person living here, Rambabu Tiwari, regularly goes to the village mosque to offer namaz. The villagers are angry with the young man because of this. When they forcibly caught the young man, bathed him and sent him home, the young man got angry at his family members. After this the youth appealed to Superintendent of Police Ankur Aggarwal that he wanted to convert to Muslim religion.
The young man has appealed to the police that his family members are not supporting him in this decision. However, the villagers say that Rambabu Tiwari is mentally disturbed. Every day the young man keeps roaming in any temple or mosque and creating ruckus. Because of this, the entire village is upset with the young man and everyone has resentment towards him. The entire village is opposing this decision of the young man.
Father accused of religious conversion
Rambabu Tiwari’s father Pawan Tiwari has filed a complaint with the police for misleading his son and forcibly converting him to religion. Giving information, he said that his son is being forced to convert to religion by misleading him. He has filed a named complaint against three people in this case. He has alleged that the accused involved in forced religious conversion include Chhota Master, Rajju Khan, Afzal and Mehboob. Police have currently registered a case and a search has been initiated.
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