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Mass conversion stopped in Uttar Pradesh village, 18 arrested

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Azamgarh: At a time when the ‘Kerala Story’ controversy is raging in the country, the alleged mass conversion incident in Uttar Pradesh’s Azamgarh has come to light. Azamgarh police arrested 18 people, including two women converts, in a raid at a religious event late on Wednesday night.

In ‘The Kerala Story’, the incident of brainwashing Hindu girls into Islam and handing them over to ISIS terrorists has come to light. One such incident happened in Uttar Pradesh during Yogi Adityanath’s government. Police said that information was received that some Hindus were being lured to Islam in Chirkihit village under Devgaon police station area of ​​Azamgarh district. After this, the police team reached the spot. A large number of people were present at the scene. Everyone sings qawwali around the dargah with tridents, garlands of flowers and green cloth. At the same time, he was praising the Muslim religion and calling the beliefs of Hinduism heretical and wrong. Along with this, work was going on to make Hindus Muslim by luring them.

Police rounded up and arrested two women converts and 16 men from the scene. The accused said that we get money to convert people from Hindus to Muslims. Even today we have gathered for conversion. Police found 7 tridents, two photographs, two drums, two sound mixers, harmonium, gas cylinder, gas stove, generator, tempo, bullet and Ertiga car from the spot. Police said the leader of the gang is Sikander, a resident of Mainpuri. He has also been arrested.