- Dispute deepens between two communities in Aligarh’s Noorpur village
- Sadhvi Prachi announced to perform a havan at the village mosque
- Dalits wrote on the walls – the house is for sale, threat of migration
In Uttar Pradesh’s Aligarh district, the matter is gaining momentum after reports of a Hindu family exodus and tension between the two communities in Nurpur village. Now the leader of Vishwa Hindu Parishad Sadhvi Prachi Has announced to perform a havan at the village mosque. In view of this, a
The VHP leader had not reached Nurpur village of Tappal police station area despite the announcement on Sunday. However, several workers belonging to saffron parties reached near the village and there was an argument with the police about going inside. Vikas Chauhan, associated with Karni Sena, said that the police is not allowing them to enter the village. On the other hand, Haji Dalveer Khan, a resident of Nurpur said that political parties are creating controversy of coercion.
The whole affair started last month on May 26, when the daughter of a Dalit family in the village was getting married. The procession was asked to stop singing when it reached near a mosque, where prayers were being offered inside. Some people involved in the procession also alleged that the attack was done by the minority community. After the intervention of the police, the matter calmed down and a case was registered against 11 people.
A few days after this incident, the people of the Dalit community of the village wrote ‘This house is for sale’ outside their houses. There was also an attempt to allegedly give a communal color to the incident. AIMIM The leader associated with gave a controversial statement and on the other hand BJP MP Satish Gautam Going along with some MLAs and meeting Dalit families and assured them of providing a safe environment.
DM CB Singh and SSP Kalanidhi Naithani also camped in the village. The DM said, ‘A peace committee has been formed in the village. So far five people have been arrested. The situation is completely under control. Along with the police, PAC force is also deployed.
Sadhvi Prachi (file photo)