After Kairana and Kandhala, migration planned from Aligarh
Aligarh: After Kairana and Kandhala in the Western Uttar Pradesh, Ten Hindu families have sold their houses and planning to move out of Babri Mandi area in Aligarh district due to threats by anti-social elements.
Accompanied by the city Mayor Ms Shakuntala Bharti, members of these families met officiating District Magistrate Avdesh Tiwari and showed him the affidavits regarding sale of their immovable properties in the area.
The delegation told him that the members of a particular community were harassing them on a regular basis and even misbehaving with female members of their families. They further alleged that the local administration had been protecting such elements, making their lives miserable.
What Mayor Shakuntala Bharti said:
- Bharti has alleged that there are some people who are not worried about their wrongdoings because they have the support of the ruling Samajwadi party.
- No woman is safe in the district and Police administration does not pay heed to people’s complaint, she said.
- Babari Mandi in Aligarh is a communally sensitive area that accommodates at least 25 thousand people of different religions.
- There have been reports of goons torturing the citizens living in the area but no action has been taken against them.
- The latest incident which has come to light is that a woman from a family was eve-teased while she was returning from a marriage