A shocking viral video with a man identified as Adam Khan shows him being lynched in Nalasopara in Maharashtra.
The video is too disturbing that most cannot watch the brutal attack on Adam Khan, and it is unsure why it is circulating on social media. The details surrounding the incident are unclear is unsure.
However, most are certain that taking the law into one’s own hands reveals a complete breakdown of law and order and reveals the depths of communalism that India has fallen into in the shocking viral video with a man identified as Adam Khan that shows him being lynched in Nalasopara in Maharashtra. It is not certain if he survived the attack.
In recent times, a new rising of violence is being lashed out. In April 2022, the country was seen rocketing during Ram Navami. This was the first time in India that such violence was flaring on Ram Navami.
Once again, another incident is sparking off reactions while viewing the horrific lynching of Adam Khan.
Zafarul-Islam Khan from the Delhi Minorities Commission shared, “Man identified as Adam Khan being lynched in Nalasopara(E) under Pelhar PS, Maharashtra. Needs any comment about the condition of law and order under the current dispensation?”
Man identified as Adam Khan being lynched in Nalasopara(E) under Pelhar PS, Maharashtra. Needs any comment about the condition of law and order under the current dispensation? pic.twitter.com/NiwCsALWy5
— Zafarul-Islam Khan (@khan_zafarul) December 3, 2022
Upset netizens react by saying, “This is absolutely horrifying, how these people have taken the law in their hands and ruthlessly beat a person, will there be any action against these culprits?”
Another said, “It’s not only religions – Muslims, Christians, Sikhs, or Dalits. Now they are coming for fish eaters Bengalis too. It’s time that humanity unites and fights against extremism…..”
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Over the last few years, strings of attacks have hit the Muslim community in abundant frequency with hardly a moment’s rest. They were not spared during Eid. With the beef ban laws, hijab laws, and new fear-mongering on love jihad, attacks increased a hundredfold. Muslims’ homes and shops were burned down or bulldozed and men, women, and youth were brutally attacked.
Muslims, being a minority of around 16% of the population do feel threatened. It is imperative that the government give them assurance of safety. As is the case, minorities usually suffer harder in the hands of the majority and are always more vulnerable and threatened. The majority gets the edge off every battle.
Genocide watch founder Prof Stanton eerily predicted “India is in the 8th stage of genocide, just one step away from extermination.”