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Mob Lynching Defies Humanity

No religion in the world teaches or preaches hatred or appreciates acts of violence and mob lynching

Tuesday September 17, 2019 11:54 AM, Liyakat Shah, ummid.com

Mob Lynching

[The situation was worth watching because some hold of his neck, some tied him with a rope, some caught his legs, some hold his belt, some caught his neck, some paints, waist. (Photo: Courtesy Nigel Howard)]

Recently a young guy from London was distracted and disturbed mentally due to some tension and stress on mind. As a result, he thought to put an end to such a stressful and sorrowful life. So he planned to commit suicide by jumping from a tall bridge into a river in London. As he decided to finally jump into the river, people from passerby noticed about his acts, and one by one, in all many people assembled to save his precious life.

The situation was worth watching because some hold of his neck, some tied him with a rope, some caught his legs, some hold his belt, some caught his neck, some paints, waist. All of them were talking to him very politely to change and divert his mind from committing suicide and end his life.

The dozens of people who caught him in order to save his life were none of his near or dear ones or any of his relatives. All were just citizens of his city called London. They tried every means and came into action with whatever things or ideas they had, without bothering about the person or his religion. It was the beautiful act of humanity that bound all the citizens together. For them, life of every human being or a species is precious, and needs to be safeguarded and protected irrespective of caste, creed or gender.

But sadly, in our country that is India, the situation is exactly opposite. Totally different and against the above mentioned instance. In London, dozen of people together try to prevent one single life of a human on the basis of humanity, but in India we find dozens or more in group try to kill a human being in the name of religion.

No religion in the world teaches or preaches hatred or appreciates any acts of violence and mob lynching in its name. India is a multi religious country and all have equal rights to live here. No one is inferior or superior in the eyes of Constitution written by the Architect of Indian Constitution Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar.

It is the responsibility of the Government at Centre and State to handle such miscreants who create serious threat to our country as well as constitution. The minorities are also the citizens of India and they also have equal rights as other citizens. It is our culture of different religion, region, food, places of worship and languages that bind us together to make us Indian.

Every single person who lives in India his or her life is precious and Government should take the responsibility to safeguard and protect its legacy. The pain and suffering can be only heard from the people who lost their near and dear ones due to such heinous crime of mob lynching.

There are so many deaths due to such crime, the list is very long. The people who are indulging in such things should think and analyse what they are doing and why they are doing such things. Those being killed are also our fellow citizens. If they find anything odd on suspicions let the law do its work which is not permitted by our own religion and Constitution. Our beautiful country is already facing many crises and such instances would only create more problems for the development of our country.

[The pain and suffering of an Indian brother who speaks for a mother and father who lost their son, a widow who lost her husband, a sister who lost her brother and for the beautiful country India who lost one of its precious citizen of democratic, secular and republic India.]

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