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Hindu Extremists Attack Muslim Women on Eid Milad-un-Nabi in India

Indore: Another incident of hostility towards Muslims by Hindu extremists in India has come to light, targeting Muslim women with violence.

According to Indian media reports, in a colony in the city of Indore, Madhya Pradesh, Muslim women had decorated their street in celebration of the 12th Rabi-ul-Awwal. On the occasion, eyewitnesses present at the scene reported that a group of Hindu extremists took offense upon seeing the street decorations and attempted to dismantle them. When the women tried to stop the Hindu extremists, they were attacked, and it resulted in the worst form of violence.

The local police, as usual, took no action while accompanying Hindu extremists and no one was arrested. Despite the video of the violence against women going viral on social media and the faces of the Hindu extremists being clearly visible, the police claim to be still investigating the incident.

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