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IAS officer questions on strange custom of raising Anti-Pakistan slogans in Muslim neighborhoods

While the Kasaganj was burning in flames of communal violence, District Magistrate Bareilly Raghavendra Vikram Singh has raised a question that there is a strange custom started a few years back in the country, where people forcibly enter Muslim localities and raised Anti-Pakistan slogans.

He wrote on his Facebook wall that “Ajab riwaz ban gaya hai. Muslim mohallo main juloos le jao aur Pakistan murdabad ke nare lagao. Kyun bhai woh Pakistani hain kya? (A strange tradition has been formed. To enter the Muslim areas and raise slogans against Pakistan. Why, are they (Muslims) Pakistanis).

However, after his statement went viral on social media, he has deleted his post but his screenshots are getting viral.

Writing such an article by an IAS officer reveals somewhere that he is not happy with the controversies, but his words are notorious for those who are abusive on social media.

The same happened after his statement when a person named Krishna Tiwari wrote on his other Facebook post, “Sorry Sir, but I would like to ask if Muslim do not advocate for Pakistan, then what is the problem in raising anti-Pakistan slogans? If they come once and raise anti-Pakistan slogans, then no one will go to their residential areas.

'कोई गलियों में तुम्हे खोज रहा है शायद जाओ सो जाओ ज़माना बड़ा ज़ज्बाती है.'

R Vikkram Singhさんの投稿 2018年1月29日(月)

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