Tuesday 25 January 2022
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Lucknow family pressured to turn Muslim after 2 girls convert

Shortly after their father died, the two girls from the Nishad family of Gomti Nagar, Lucknow, started mingling with some Muslim boys

A sensational case of love jihad has surfaced in Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, where two daughters of a family turned Muslim earlier and are now exerting pressure on their whole family to convert. The family says the girls desecrated and broke the Hindu idols at home and are not letting their parents conduct the daily puja.

The now-Muslim girls extinguished all the puja lamps inside the home temple. Their mother is distraught, the family told the reporters.

Police’s ATS is investigating many such cases of conversions to Islam in the state and has exposed some big rackets. Close on the heels of stories of Umar Gautam, Irfan, Jehangir Qasim and Salauddin Kane, this story from Lucknow has shocked Hindus of the state.

The family in question, the Nishads of Gomti Nagar, Lucknow, is in a state of panic and sorrow. The father of the girls died a few days ago.

After the death of her husband, the woman of the family saw both her daughters mingle with some Muslim boys. These boys and the converted girls are now pressurising the rest of the Nishad family to convert.

The distraught Hindu woman’s son, who is younger than his sisters, was recently forced to offer namaz and read verses of the Qur’an.

The Hindu mother alleges that the Muslim boys trapped her daughters and made them embrace Islam. They are now called Tamanna and Nazia, who perform salah (namaz) at home.

The Hindu-turned-Muslim girls force their brother Vinayak to offer namaz at the local mosque, their mother alleges. Her eldest daughter got married some years ago.

While the woman reported the matter to the Gomti Nagar Station in Lucknow, the case has not been registered yet.

The recently converted girls refused to talk to the reporters who approached them.

Residents of the told reporters that neo-Muslims like Umar Gautam target girls, mostly underage.

Some Hindu organisations have come forward to raise awareness in the state and its capital. Shishir Chaturvedi, the national spokesperson of the Hindu Jagran Manch, has been vocal on the issue. The HJM has demanded of the government to transfer the case to the ATS.

Meanwhile, the scope of the investigation into the affairs of Umar Gautam and Jahangir has extended beyond the national boundaries.

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