There is no fear or insecurity among minorities: Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi


New Delhi: On Thursday Minister of State for Minority Affairs Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi has conveyed that there was no ambiance of fear amongst minority society in India. His report came a day following national demonstrations, dubbed “Not in My Name”, were held by citizens protesting next to the current spate in hangings and cases of public violence.

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He further conveyed that, I do not believe there is fear or uncertainty amongst minorities. Abbas believes the participation of “hostile forces” behind occurrences of mob violence, and conveyed that the Narendra Modi administration was dedicated to guarantee the security of every section of the community.

Abbas further conveyed that the administrations of Rajasthan, Haryana and Jharkhand had taken act next to the executors of such acts “without wasting any time”. He went to list numeral of plans the Centre had executed to help minority society widen through “education, employment and empowerment”.

Naqvi remarks come a day following it was accounted that a Muslim dairy farmer in Jharkhand’s Giridh district was assaulted by crowd of more than 100 people on doubt that he had killed a cow. Ten people have been arrested in association with the case.

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Former in the day, Prime Minister Narendra Modi conveyed that he condemned of the assassinations in the name of cow worship, and that Mahatma Gandhi would have disapproved such acts.