Hindus, Muslims join hands for wedding in Bisara

Dadri (UP), (PTI): Amid the communal tension prevailing after the lynching incident, Hindus and Muslims of Bisara village near Dadri have joined hands for the wedding preparations of two Muslim girls.


Shocked, shaken and deeply divided following the lynching of a man over beef eating rumours a fortnight ago, normalcy is now gradually retuning to the village.

Hakeem, who until a few days ago was thinking of shifting the wedding venue of his daughters, is a relaxed man today as the Hindus in the village have not only assured him of security of his family and the guests but are also actively participating in preparing for the feast, shamiana and other logistics.

Bisara had no history of communal disharmony until September 28 when Mohammed Akhlaq, a 50-year-old blacksmith was bludgeoned to death by a frenzied mob following rumours that he and his family had eaten and stored beef. His son Danish, 22, was critically injured in the incident.

Sub-Divisional Magistrate R K Singh said normalcy was gradually returning to Bisara.

Students detained Meanwhile, around 400 students from various universities of Delhi were on Sunday detained when they were trying to take out a protest march to the prime minister’s residence in Delhi against the Dadri incident.

The students from Delhi University, Jawaharlal Nehru University and Jamia Millia, who were taking out a march from the Mandi House area, were detained by the police at Feroz Shah Road, a senior police officer said.

The agitators, affiliated to various outfits including the Leftist All India Students Association (AISA) and Students Federation of India (SFI), had planned a protest march and demonstration at the Prime Minister’s residence.

“We were stopped by the police near the Mandi House while we were taking out our protest march against the politics of hate and Dadri lynching,” AISA state executive member Shehla said.

“What has followed after the Dadri incident is irresponsible and inflammatory statements by the ministers of the government which must be stopped,” she said. “Our protest is aimed at seeking justice for the victim of Dadri and unmasking the mastermind behind the lynching and punishment for the perpetrators of the inhuman act,” she said.


  1. What a delightful picture to see, Hindus and Muslims have joined hands for the wedding of two Muslim girls at a hot flashing location of India? This spirit has to emerge very rapidly all across India for the mere survival of India. Blessed are the peace-makers, they will be called the children of GOD.

    How, these so called high level unethical politicians have used dirty tricks of division in between the neighbors using the religious card? Throw cow dung at them. Politics, what a wonderful business to get rich too fast without much hard work or education; but only running the mouth through undermining the peaceful way of life of the citizens.

  2. Dear readers,

    Is this course correction action or image makeover,after all the International media seen India real face of ‘Development’ by lynching father of IAF on the rumors of eating preference?

    All the Indian mass media beamed “Hindus, Muslims join hands for wedding in Bisara” with much enthusiasm as India got another independence.

    How does Bishar village ‘Mahapanchayat’ will compensate the death of innocent Akhlaq? How does it mend the broken hearts when neighbours once who celebrated festivals together are main conspirators?

    Is Bishra village is ready to tender apology for the victims family,who left the village for their own safety? Are this village ready to shut door for Hindutva politics in the same way Mr.Kejriwal blocked?

    We have heard PM Modi on “Digital India”. Now he must share his “Mann Ki Baat” on the Dadri lynching.

    Why does Modi’s India fail to deliver 10-year moratorium on caste and communal violence in the country?

    Jai Hind

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