By Namta Gupta
New Delhi, June 10, 2020: British leader Lord Nazir Ahmed, is one of the few we can assume to run fake news against India and particularly Hindus to humour the world.
The British ‘Lord’ on June 10th, 2020, tweeted a video saying that it showed a violent attack on a Dalit girl in UP India who took water from a well used by upper caste Hindus.
Here, this British passport holder also showed mastery over the English language when he used the word ‘cast’ to mean ‘caste.’
Here is what he wrote:
Violent attack on a dalit girl in UP India who took water from a well used by upper cast Hindus. India is being shamed by such violence against minorities. Indian Government must stop these attacks and prosecute these criminals. #DalitLivesMatter.
Now, we do know what made him a Lord in the first place. The man is lording over fake news humoring Pakistanis who naturally jumped in the fray as it tallies with their own prejudices.
So what exactly did happen is this:
The men were angry that the 16-year old girl, a minor as per Indian Constitution, had eloped with a man. The girl is not a Dalit but Tribal and belonged to a small village in Gujarat’s Chhota Udepur district. The men who attacked her felt that by elopement she brought shame to their community, a community from which both the men and the girl came from.
The father registered the case and 16 people have been booked on charges of criminal intimidation, assault, and other under various sections of the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences (POCSO) Act as per a News 18 report.
Perhaps this Lord of the British community forgot that India is not Britain where people do sexual grooming and commit violence against minors because their victims lack melanin in their skin.
Here are those who gulped down fake news without doing a simple Google search:
— غیر سیاسی (@zaheer516) June 10, 2020
BTW you are asking for prosecution to master minds of these atrocities, one can easily perceive that indian govt and its militant wing #RSSTerrorists want cleanising of all minorities and lower caste hindus from indian society.
— Romeo (@Romeo_R3) June 10, 2020
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