Another bone-chilling case of sexual violence and abuse of Hindu girls has emerged, this time from Sikar in Rajasthan. 4 Muslim men, including a juvenile, are accused and 3 of them have been arrested while 1 is absconding. The pattern is similar to what has been seen in other Love Jihad cases – older Muslim boys or men befriend Hindu girls, sexually exploit them, and blackmail or pressurize them to continue the exploitation or succumb to marriage after conversion to Islam.
As per a Hindustan Times report –
“The Sikar police on Wednesday arrested two people and detained a juvenile delinquent for allegedly gangraping two minor girls. Another accused is absconding, the police said.
“The complainant has alleged that the men befriended one of the girls about seven months ago. After a while, they made acquaintance with another one of her friends,” said Surendra Saini, station house officer, Danta Ramgarh police station. The police said that both the girls are minors and are aged 16 and 14 respectively.
The officials added that the girls would regularly meet the accused till their families came to know about it. “The father of one of the girls alleged that the accused raped her and posted her obscene pictures on social media. A case was registered on May 19,” said Saini.
Police said that the accused have been identified as Roshan Khan, Shakeel and Saddam. The minor accused has been sent to a children’s home after being detained.
“The accused have been booked under section 376D (gangrape), 354 (outraging the modesty of a woman) and sections of the Information Technology Act. One of the accused is absconding and we have initiated a search for him,” said Saini.”
This case has similarities with UK’s child sexual exploitation episode in Rotherham where more than 1,400 youngsters were groomed, trafficked and raped in the town over a 16-year period; it led to 18 Muslim men being jailed for sentences totalling more than 280 years. The horrific abuse in Rotherham went uncovered so long due to political correctness and fear of British police/social services from being branded as racist Islamophobes. Similarly in Bharat, the ugly reality of love jihad is dismissed due to our media and establishment’s obsession with secularism and minority appeasement.
In the Sikar case, the family members of the girls have alleged that the accused rapists also tried to forcefully convert the girls. But it seems Rajasthan police is not ready to buy this argument, if you believe the Hindustan Time report –
“The police said that the family members of the girls have also alleged that the accused wanted to forcefully convert them. However, one of the police officials investigating the case, who did not want to be named, said, “Preliminary investigation suggests that nothing of this sort happened. The family members mentioned love jihad as one of the motives in the FIR after being advised by certain fundamentalist social organisations.”
Kushal Singh, circle officer, Neem Ka Thana said that medical tests of the girls have been done.
“We are investigating the case and further details will come up as the probe progresses,” said Singh.”
Now, ‘fundamentalist social organisation’ is a dog-whistle journalistic term for Hindutva organizations like RSS, Bajrang Dal, VHP etc. You will rarely hear mainstream media use this term to describe Muslim organizations like Jamaat-e-Islami, Jamiat Ulema-e-Hind or AIMPLB. Like most mainstream English newspapers today, Hindustan Times is known to distort and twist facts to serve its liberal political agenda. So it is anybody’s guess whether the quote attributed to the unnamed officer is genuine or not. But the quote has certainly done the job of weakening the victim’s case and smearing the reputation of ‘fundamentalist social organisations’.
Let us remind our readers that it is ‘fundamentalist social organisations’ like Bajrang Dal whose courage and alacrity has many a times rescued minor girls from a horrible life of sexual abuse and oppression.
Needless to say, this case involving two minor girls in Sikar will not make it to news headlines, unlike the Mewat gang-rape case where the Muslim victims were tutored, two weeks after the crime, by anti-Hindu social activists like Shabnam Hashmi to implicate gau-rakshaks (cow protectors) for the rape.
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