Stones were pelted on Hanuman Jayanti processions in many parts of India. Stone pelting was also seen in Jahangirpuri area of Delhi. The incident then turned into violence in which eight others including eight police personnel were seriously injured. Along with this, some sabotage was also done by anti-social elements.
The police have arrested six juveniles and 23 others during further investigation and an application has been made in the Supreme Court for further investigation. Also, in this case, Jahangirpura is considered to be the hand of the people of Rohingya Islam for violence.
Who are these Rohingya Muslims: BJP has blamed illegal Bangladesh as well as anti-social elements in the stone pelting incident in Delhi on the day of Hanuman Jayanti. The BJP government has asked some questions about the Aam Aadmi Party and it is being said that the Aam Aadmi Party is behind it.
Then the spokesperson of the Aam Aadmi Party said that the CBI, the police should conduct a fair investigation. What actually lives in Jahangirpuri, Delhi This Rohingya Muslim is located in Jahangirpura, North-West Delhi. It is located near Azadpur, Asia’s largest vegetable market. People of all castes live here.
Being the biggest vegetable market here, most people are associated with fruits and vegetables. Most of the lower middle class people live here as well as many slums. A total of 4 arrangements have been made in Jahangirpura area.
According to sources, Block C and Block H2 have maximum number of Muslims. There are also a large number of these Bangladeshi Muslims, many of whom claim to be Rohingya. Their total number is not yet known.
Who are these Rohingya Muslims: Rohingya Muslims are a stateless and stateless race. Wherever she lives and earns. Each of these people were violently deported from Myanmar and they numbered around 1.5 million in 2017. According to media reports, more than three million people have fled India since 2015.
Most of them live in many places in Delhi. Also, their number is highest in Delhi and they live on the banks of river Jashoda Yamuna, Shram Vihar and South Delhi.
The number of Rohingya Muslims in India has been increasing since 2012. According to the Ministry of Home Affairs, today this number has increased to more than 15 lakhs.
Illegal entry will not be allowed in India According to media reports, the Indian government has been taking several steps in the last few years to crack down on some people coming to Bangladesh and India using fake documents.
Is there any direct link between these people and terrorism? Talking to BSF’s DG Media in 2018, he said that allowing these people to stay in India would be extremely harmful to India’s security.