Hindutva activists attack police commissioner office in Hyderabad

December 29, 2011 by  
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Hyderabad PoliceHyderabad, December 28, 2011: More than 300 activists of BJP, Hindu Vahini and ABVP attacked the Hyderabad police commissionerate office at Basheerbagh in the guise of (Dharna) protest. They were accusing the city police commissioner A. K. Khan of having prejudiced attitude towards right wing Hindu groups.

The protesters were angry with the city police for arresting the activists of Hindu Vahini group in the case pertaining to the attacks on Muslim youths on the eve of Eid-ul-Azha. Importantly the protest was carried out even after the arrested Hindutva activists have confessed to their crimes.

The protesters were led by BJP MLA and state president G. Kishan Reddy, former union minister Bandaru Dattatreya, former MLAs Bandam Bal Reddy, Indrasena Reddy and city president B.venkat Reddy.

Mr. Bandaru Dattatreya alleged that A.K Khan is succumbing to the pressure from the Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen and targeting Hindu organizations in a systematic manner. He was referring to the recent arrests of Hindu Vahini activists in relation to the attack on Muslim youths.

“A.K. Khan is targeting Hindu right wing organizations like Hindu Vahini and Bajrang Dal by arresting there activists in false cases. 10 innocent activists of Hindu Vahini have been arrested out which four of them were not even present in the city at the time of attacks on the Muslim youths,” the former union minister alleged.

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