New Delhi –During recent violence in Mewat 13 mosques vandalized and religious books burnt and Tablighi Jamaat members were attacked, said a delegation of Jamiat Ulama-i-Hind after visiting the affected areas.

Jamiat has embarked on a proactive mission to provide relief, conduct surveys, and pursue legal remedies and renovate the mosques. The organization’s multifaceted approach aims to address the situation, heal affected communities, and uphold justice.

Establishing a dedicated relief committee, legal cell, and survey teams, Jamiat Ulama-i-Hind has undertaken comprehensive efforts to alleviate the aftermath of the tragic incidents. The delegation’s findings have unveiled distressing details, highlighting the deliberate targeting of Muslim places of worship by communal forces. Mosques were vandalized, religious texts were set ablaze, and members of the Tablighi Jamaat were assaulted. To date, the delegation has visited 13 affected mosques, including six in Palwal, three in Hodal, three in Sohna, and one in Gurugram, where the unfortunate demise of a deputy imam occurred.

However, the response to these distressing events took a worrisome turn, as the state government and administration engaged in the illegal demolition of Muslim residences and shops. This action, described by the High Court as resembling a form of community genocide, was only curtailed due to the timely intervention of the court. Shockingly, those responsible for the acts of violence against homes, places of worship, the desecration of the Holy Quran, and attacks on mosque imams and Tablighi Jamaat members have yet to face legal consequences. This alarming situation has been highlighted in a report presented by the Jamiat Ulama-i-Hind delegation.

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