There has been growing concern that Muslim hatred is spreading across the country after Corona was infected with at least 300 people attending a rally at a Tabligh church in the Indian capital, Delhi.

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There has been growing concern that Muslim hatred is spreading across the country after Corona was infected with at least 300 people attending a rally at a Tabligh church in the Indian capital, Delhi.

A hatred of Muslim haters has been created in a section of the media and through social media, spreading fake news.  Several hashtags, such as Koronjihad or Nizamuddin Idiots, are also spreading.

Although the Muslim leadership of India admits that the error of Tabligh has been fixed, but why are the police and the government in the capital or why the conference was allowed at this time?

The Indian media began to gain prominence after the coronary infection of some of the people returning to their state by attending Tablaig Jamaat rally in Delhi’s Nizamuddin.

Commenting on the incident, All India Muslim Personal Law Board member Zafariab Jilani told BBC Bangla, “The mistake was made on both sides. Those who went to the rally should have their own examination and the advice of doctors and the government. But on the contrary, the government is either.  Why not take action! The rally took place when there was no lockdown in the country  Ray, who did not return, the government lakadaunera for them to take any further action was needed. “

“The way the matter is presented in such a difficult time is not desirable at all. Almost all the Muslims but the Prime Minister are obeying, the Ulema have instructed not to assemble,” said Zafariab Jilani.

Minister of West Bengal and well-known leader of the Muslim community of the state Siddiqulla Chowdhury also raises the same question that if the Tabligh Jamaat had organized a rally, what was the government doing?

“There is a police station near Markaz Nizamuddin. The central government has police in Delhi. Did they somehow alert the people present to the rally? Once in the area, they did not do such a thing!  The attitude should not be taken, as a result of such an incident is a testament to the Muslim society of the whole country  They took her child’s face, “was Mr.  Chowdhury.

Many from West Bengal also attended the rally.  Mr.  Chowdhury was saying, “Who has been there, it has been reported. I would say that they should go ahead and test themselves. Medical examination is not anti-Islam.”

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Hindutva organizations, however, are rejecting the theory of spreading Muslim hatred with the Tabligh church rally.

Police raid in a city in Uttar Pradesh to find people taking part in Tablig Jama.
Rantideb Sengupta, editor of the Swastika Sangha (RSS), the Bengali newspaper Swastika, told the BBC: “This is never a Muslim hatred. But what has happened is horrible.  Why did they do such an irresponsible act?  Ene were taken, how they called it himself, proved that Jamaat Tabligh. “

Muslim hate video spread, news spread
In the debate between the Hindu and Muslim parties over whether or not Muslim hatred is spreading, fake news is being spread through social media aimed at Muslims.

After checking the fake news, Syntha Sinha, editor of a website AltNews, told BBC Bangla, “Since the Nizamuddin incident, many such videos and posts have been viral, targeting Muslims.”

“We found a fake video in which a group of Muslims are seen littering the dish. That is how Muslims are spreading the Corona virus. We check that it is actually a tradition of Bohra Muslims – after eating so that there is no food left in the dish.  Two days ago, another video came to us, showing one inside a mosque.  The Muslims in the party are making some noise. In the Vuyo post it is said that the Muslims are spreading the karuna or not.  Sinha.

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