Friday, 7 July 2017

Hindu Muslim couple denied hotel room



A hotel in Bengaluru turned away a Hindu-Muslim couple and refused to give them a room as the husband was a Muslim and his wife a Hindu.



Shafeeq Subaida Hakkim and Divya DV, a couple from Kerala, were in Bengaluru for some official work. They needed an accommodation to stay but  refused a room at Olive Residency on Annipuram Main Road in Sudhama Nagar. 
The receptionist at the hotel said that a Hindu and Muslim cannot live together.
The receptionist went on to make his point saying that he has instructions not to give rooms to Hindu-Muslim couples as there may be problems.
http://indiatoday.intoday.in/story/bengaluru-hindu-muslim-couple-denied-hotel-room-inter-religion-marriage/1/994508.html

Saturday, 1 July 2017

Frustrated Internet Hindus

Ruchika posted on her twitter taking a dig at the fake Times Now report on love jihad.


It did not go very with with the internet Hindus who usually get fumed seeing most of the Hindu girls on the opposite side.




An internet hindu saying Our (Hindu) girls are bigger wh***



This one asks "is your boyfriend also a Muslim."

Shoaib, her very good friend.




Thursday, 29 June 2017

Massive protests against Hindutva Cow Terrorism

The protests in India against the Hindutva goons has reached the international stage with protests marches now being organized in countries like USA, UK, and Canada.


Thousands pledged to hit the streets this week in support of the campaign, “Not In My Name”.
NotInMyNameFacebook
NotInMyNameTwitter

The complete list of the venues is as follows:

Delhi: Jantar Mantar

Kolkata: Dakhinapan premises, next to Madhusudhan Mancha, Dhakuria

Hyderabad: Tank Bund

Thiruvananthapuram: The Secretariat Junction

Bengaluru: Bangalore Town Hall

Mumbai: Promenade, Carter Road

Pune: Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar Statue, near Pune Station

Boston: Harvard Square

Chennai: Gandhi Statue on Marina Beach

London: SOAS University of London on Thornhaugh Street

Chandigarh: Sector 17

Toronto: 356 Bloor Street East (Sherborne and Bloor)

Karachi: Outside Karachi Press Club

Lucknow: Gandhi Park, GPO

Patna: Outside Kargil Chowk




The Hindutva groups termed these protests as a conspiracy to defame Hindus while the truth is that a large number of Hindu women were a part of this protest, the same hindu women who they want to protect against the so called love jihad.

A Hindu girl and a Muslim Guy Protesting Against Hindutva mobs



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Monday, 3 April 2017

Hindu wife having an affair with a Muslim man who wants to marry her enrages right wing lawyers

A mob of lawyers of Agra district court allegedly went on a rampage and overturned several private vehicles parked outside the court premises to protest against the alleged love marriage of a couple from two different religious communities.

The incident took place at around 2pm, when a Muslim man came to visit his lawyer to seek legal advice to marry his beloved, who is already married to someone else.

The man had eloped with the Hindu woman a month back and was putting up in Allahabad, after the family of the woman filed a complaint against him at Shahganj police station.

On Monday, the man came to meet his lawyer Naseem Qureshi in Agra district, after Allahabad high court rejected his plea to get married to a woman who is already married to someone else.

Source claimed that the man came to surrender in court, as he was booked on charges of abduction by the woman's family. But before he could surrender, the complainants came to know about his presence in court and they rushed along with several right-wing Hindu activists to the court.

This is common the Hindu girl's family usually labels false charges of rape and abduction against the Muslim male and later when you ask the girl the truth comes out that "she did it willingly."

The fierce mob also attacked lawyer Naseem Qureshi, who tried to save the Muslim man by hiding him in his chamber. Considering the sensitivity of the matter, ASP Anurag Vats and CO Chhatta BP Singh with over 50 policemen intervened and rescued the man and his lawyer.

Source said, "The entire incident was staged by a few mediapersons and right-wing Hindu activists who wanted to make an issue out of the marriage of two people of different religious communities." 

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/agra/Lawyers-vandalise-vehicles-in-court-over-inter-religious-relationship/articleshow/54531057.cms