A 17-year-old Hindu boy Gopal from Schedule Caste community, Kalyanpuri, Delhi, was brutally murdered by Muslim mob in broad daylight. Allegedly the murderers were known to Gopal and held a grudge against him in a day-to-day fight. The murderers of Gopal have been identified as Mohammad Alim, Feroz Khan, Yusuf Khan. The family of the Victim, Gopal has staged a protest in front of a Masjid in Delhi’s Kalyanpuri. The family of Gopal is demanding justice for their son and death penalty for the Mulsim mob. Gopal’s Grandmother, Kamalwati said that the Muslim mob called my grandson Gopal at 3:00 PM on May 4, 2021. When he didn’t come back home by late at night, we started searching for him. We even went to the Police station, but no one was ready to listen and file our complaint and started making excuses of Covid-19. While searching for Gopal, we found his clothes and slippers near a local water canal; someone told us about a boy who drowned in the canal and ran away, she further added. Gopal was not even indulge in any fight; we don’t know why the Muslim mob killed him, Gopal’s Grandmother said. Victim Gopal’s brother said that Mohammed Alim is the main culprit, and he and his brothers are still giving us death threats. Gopal’s dead body has not been recovered yet, and the search operation is still in progress. The police are now describing it as a missing case until they found the Gopal’s dead body. As per the report by Sudarshan new channel Muslim women supporting Gopal's family are now being threatened Muslim mens, that if you will support victims family we will kill your boys too. It is to be noted that a few weeks back, a bloodthirsty mob of Muslims descended a Harijan Basti in Delhi’s Sarai Kale Khan, following the interfaith marriage between a Hindu man and a Muslim woman. The mob attacked Grooms house with swords and knives. Attempts were also made to set houses on fire.
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