'Hindus forced to flee from Rajasthan,' demands on 'land jihad' law raised in assembly
'Hindus forced to flee from Rajasthan,' demands on 'land jihad' law raised in assembly

Jaipur: The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) raised the issue of 'land jihad' during zero hours in the Rajasthan Assembly on Friday (September 17, 2021). BJP MLAs said Malpura in Tonk district is a very sensitive area. More than 100 people have been killed in communal riots since 1950. Malpura city MLA Kanhaiya Lal said Hindus are being forced to flee to the city as Muslim people are constantly buying land here.

Kanhaiya Lal said that people belonging to the Muslim community in Malpura have continued land jihad. Under this, Hindu land is purchased at a premium rate and then harassed by the people around them. They are intimidated. MLA Kanhaiyalal said that the situation in Malpura has worsened due to land jihad. People belonging to a particular community are harassing Hindu families. They make obscene gestures when they see sisters and daughters. Bones are thrown into Hindu houses.

Kanhaiya Lal further said that more than 600 Hindu families have migrated to Malpura so far. He said there is a need to bring in a stringent law so that people belonging to Hindu and Jain communities are not forced to flee due to insecurity. In the recent past, the persecuted Hindus submitted a memorandum to the subdivision officer demanding a check on land jihad. He said the government should take action in the matter, otherwise the situation there will become critical.

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