Silence on Mob Lynchings Broken at #NotInMyName Protest | The Quint

Twelve cities hold a mass protest against the lynching of a Muslim teenager, Hafiz Junaid, who was stabbed to death on 22 June on a Mathura-bound train which he had taken with his two brothers after shopping for Eid at Delhi’s Sadr Bazar.
The altercation, which had allegedly begun over seats, reported turned to racist slurs with the rest of the passengers calling Junaid and his relatives “Pakistanis”, “anti-nationals” and “beef eaters”.
Congress Spokesperson Randeep Surjewala also attended the protesters. Speaking to The Quint he laid blame on the BJP for ruling the country by dividing it.

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