BASERA: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal was forbid today from entering Basera village in Dadri, where he had gone to meet the family of Mohammad Ikhlaq, who was killed by a gang earlier this week causes by rumours that he had eaten beef.
Chief Minister Mr Kejriwal who was accompanied by AAP leaders Sanjay Singh and Kumar Vishwas was taken to a government guest-house.
In the morning, a group of villagers led by women drove out media and other visitors, including AAP volunteers, from the village. The villagers complain that their daily life has been hit by the invariant stream of politicians, their entourage and media.
Yesterday, All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) chief Asaduddin Owaisi and local advocate Mahesh Sharma of the Bhartiya Janta Party visited the village.
As it is known that 50-year-old Mohammad Ikhlaq was beaten to death by a gang in Dadri on the outskirts of Delhi on Monday night. While 22-year-old his son were dragged from their house by around 100 villagers and beaten with bricks. Ikhlaq’s son’s condition is critical.
According to report, firstly announcement to be hold from temple that a calf had been slaughtered and its carcass had been found near a transformer and then after half an hour this incident was took place.
Even if , there were no name add in the announcement, but there are only two Muslim families in the area and the other family was out.
The police are investigating who started the rumours in a part of western Uttar Pradesh that is prone to trouble at the slightest provocation.