24 दिसंबर 2013

Activists set up committee to probe Ayodhya incident

24 Dec 2013 06:12 PM, IST

Activists set up committee to probe Ayodhya incident

India Tomorrow Staff Reporter,
New Delhi/Ayodhya, 24 Dec 2013: Several human rights activists on Tuesday demanded a high level inquiry of attack on a Muslim shrine and the murder of a 22-year-old undergraduate student in Ayodhya, a town in Uttar Pradesh, last week. Activists constituted a public finding committee which will submit its report on January 2nd.

On Tuesday a meeting was organized by civil rights organization Ayodhya Ki Awaz to discuss the current situation of the incident. According to Yugal Kishor Sharan Shastri, convener of the organization, a committee of five activists has been formed to look into the matter in detail and it will announce its finding on January 2nd in a public meeting.

Shastri claims that this incident looks similar  to the terror strike of July 2005 in Ayodhya.

On December 21, about six unidentified men broke an outer wall of an ancient Muslim shrine in Uttar Pradesh’s Ayodhya town and brutally murdered a 22-year-old undergraduate student at a mosque near the shrine. The shrine houses a large grave which is popularly believed to be of Prophet Shis.

 The district administration repaired the damaged part of the shrine and detained some people for questioning. Later section 144 was imposed but no arrest has yet been made.

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