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NEW DELHI: Bareilly’s district magistrate Raghvendra Vikram Singh said today he’s “sad” at the negative reactions to his Facebook post about people entering Muslim neighbourhoods “by force” and “shouting anti-Pakistan slogans”. He also deleted the post.
Singh, in his earlier post from Sunday, talked about the religious clashes in Uttar Pradesh’s Kasganj over the weekend. He had asked why it has become a “trend” for some to first “enter Muslim localities by force, raise anti-Pakistan slogans and then create ruckus”. He also told TOI yesterday that he is hurt and angry at what is happening “in the name of nationalism”, because the violence in Kasganj left one person dead, another seriously injured and dozens of houses, shops and vehicles gutted.’
Many on social media were unhappy about what he said and that’s likely why he deleted that post on Facebook. But not before posting another short note where he attempts to explain why he said what he did.
“I had hoped there will be an academic discussion (on the violence) but unfortunately it took a different course. I’m extremely sad. Self-improvement is the main aim of a discussion. It appears that my intentions to promote dialogue was resented by certain people,” wrote Singh today on Facebook.
The DM said it was his “moral responsibility” to improve communal atmosphere, and added that the country’s “Muslims are our brothers” and have nothing to do with Pakistan. He was referring to alleged anti-Pakistan slogans heard during the event.
“Muslims are our brothers. They have the same blood. Same DNA… The sooner we understand the concept of unity and harmony, the better it will be for our country, for our district. Pakistan is our enemy. There is no doubt about it. Muslims are ours too. There is no doubt about that as well,” wrote Singh.
Singh added that his intention wasn’t to hurt anyone and that he wants “the controversy to end”. Below is a link to his entire post.
In his earlier post, he’d written in Hindi, “Ajab rivaz ban gaya hai. Muslim mohallo me jabrdasti julus le jao aur Pakistan murdabad ke nare lagao. Kyon bhai, ve Pakistani hain kya? Yehi yahan Bareilly mein Khailam mein hua tha. Fir patharav hua, mukadme likhe gaye…”
Translation: “A very strange trend has started of late. Take out processions by force through Muslim dominated localities and raise anti-Pakistan slogans. Why? Are these people Pakistani? The same thing had happened in Khailam village of Bareilly. Then stones were pelted, FIRs lodged.”
In another post also on Sunday, Singh asked why slogans were never raised against China, “a bigger enemy” of India.
” Cheen to bada dushman hai, tiranga lekar Cheen murdabad kyon nahin?” (China is a bigger enemy to us. Why isn’t the tricolour being waved and anti-China slogans shouted)?”