The nationwide campaign called #NotInMyName has begun in the protest of the lynching of a 15-year-old Muslim boy, by the mob, in the Mathura Bound Train. The most brutal incident has resulted in creating a huge protest on the national level. The boy was brutally murdered by the mob in the train, and later his body was dumped at the platform. His brother was crying for the help but not a single person came to their rescue, and the reason behind the fight was the communal hatred which has become the way of life in our country.
We do not want to blame the NDA government entirely for this incident, but such kind of incidents have become regular affair during their tenure. People are invariably ill-treating the minority community, The eating habit of the minority community is the major reason behind the conflicts.
In this particular case, a 15-year-old boy along with his three brothers was traveling in the Mathura Bound train, and a group of passengers started calling them as ‘Beef Eaters’ and ‘Anti-Nationals’, and the moment boys protested, the mob jumped on them and beaten (butchered) the 15-year-old boy to death, in front his brothers.
The biggest irony of our country is, we believe in holding the protest after the precious life is lost, and after some time everything becomes normal. We also become the part of a mob. The scene of an incident as narrated by the elder brother of a deceased Junaid, who was lynched in the train, would shake up your faith in the humanity.
The movement is known as #NotInMyName, which has begun for the cause, and that cause is to stop the inhuman behaviour against the minorities in our country. People from the different walks of life are gathered to protest against the system, that cares more about the animal than the human being.
The massive amount of people is gathered outside the Jantar Mantar in New Delhi to protest against the Lynching of a 15-year-old boy in the Mathura bound train.
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Did you look away? Did you look & argue What, If & But? Did you look & not feel sick in your stomach? There is NO other side to this story. pic.twitter.com/9b4aNhO4vd
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