Non-Muslims Gift Copies Of Quran To Vandalised Mosque In Assam’s Baksa

Some unidentified miscreants had vandalised Kalapani Anchalik Mosque and burnt some Islamic holy texts, including some copies of the Quran on March 2nd, 2020

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Upholding the spirit of unity and brotherhood, non-Muslim communities gifted copies of Quran to each to the vandalised mosque in western Assam’s Baksa district as a token of peace and harmony.

Some unidentified miscreants had vandalised Kalapani Anchalik Mosque and burnt some Islamic holy texts, including some copies of the Quran in the wee hours of March 2nd, 2020. This had enraged the people of the area.

Later, District Superintendent of Police Thube Pratik Bijoy Kumar, who reached the spot under Gowardhan Police Station along with other officials, had assured the locals of ensuring proper security in order to prevent any possible attempt by miscreants to create unrest in the area.

He had also assured the people of the area of forming a VDP committee to provide security to the mosque. The SP had further appealed the people of the region to maintain peace and harmony. He also urged the people not to believe in the rumours.

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