Almost three weeks past of the communal riot but deep mourning continues in the family members of the two Jat brothers in Malakpur village. The two brothers were allegedly killed in a retaliation by the Muslims of Kawal village in Muzaffarnagar just after they killed a Muslim man for eve-teasing their sister.
MUZAFFARNAGAR RIOTS – 2013
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Madhu, a resident of Mallakpura is an eager learner and wants to pursue college after finishing school from the local Bharti Inter College in Kawal village in Muzaffarnagar. But her dreams lie shattered today. Her cousin was among the two Jat boys who were killed by Muslims following an altercation after they tried to stop them from teasing Madhu. The incident was the trigger for the communal riot.
A photograph of Sachin Singh is hanging loosely on a wall inside his room in Malakpur village in Muzaffarnagar of West Uttar Pradesh. He is one of the Jat brother who was allegedly killed in a retaliation by the Muslims of Kawal village of Muzaffarnagar after they killed a Muslim man for eve-teasing their sister.
Tears are unstoppable.
Mohammad Salim, father of Shahnawaz denies the fact that his son eve-teased the Jat girl. On 27th August, 2013 Shahnawaz was allegedly killed by the two Jat brothers of nearby Malakpur village for eve-teasing their sister, in Kawaal village in Muzaffarnagar.
Mohammad Salim, father of Shahnawaz at his house in Kawal village in Muzaffarnagar of West Uttarpradesh, is telling to the policemen that how brutally his son was killed by the two Jat brothers.
Though several days past but tears is hard to control by the family members and relatives of the two Jat brothers in Malakpur village in Muzaffarnagar. Women are in deep mourn after losing their nearest ones in the riot.
Deserted houses, panicked eyes, marching sound by the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) and Rapid Action Force (RAF) troopers- this is the scenario of the deadly still Muzaffarnagar after almost 20 days of the horrifying communal riot between Muslims and Hindus. Armed forces are always in alert to keep the situation calm during this high tension moment after the communal riot.
Armed forces are always alert to keep the situation calm during this high tension moment after the communal riot.
Family members who lost their loved ones in the communal riot in Muzaffarnagar, are in deep mourn.
An old Jat woman is sitting outside her house in deep mourn. Her family members fled away after the communal riot leaving her alone.
Armed forces are always alert to keep the situation calm during this high tension moment after the communal riot.
Females are crying holding each other after losing their nearest ones in the riot.
Curious eyes are peeping and prying from the inside of the houses in a Jat village in Kakra in Muzaffarnagar. An unknown terror is in the air though several days past after the communal riot.
Severely injured males of Jat community at a relief camp in Kakra village in Muzaffarnagar. Majority of them lose their nearest ones and are in deep mourn. This horrifying incident has left so much terror that people are still attempting fruitlessly to return to their normal life.
Muslim men are in a refugee camp in Muzaffarnagar after the communal riot. Near about 20 days has past but an unknown fear is still visible on the faces.
Women of Jat community at a relief camp in Kakra village in Muzaffarnagar. Curious and panicked eyes inside the veil are common views after the communal riot.
Muslim women are in a refugee camp in Muzaffarnagar after the communal riot. Near about 20 days has past but an unknown fear is still visible on the faces.
Childhood innocence is also insecured in the communal riot affected area. A group of terrified Muslim children in a relief camp in Muzaffarnagar after the communal riot.
Almost 20 days past but women of both communities have been spending their lives in panic and unknown fear in the riot affected villages in Muzaffarnagar.
Muslim women and children are in a relief camp in Muzaffarnagar after the communal riot. Near about 20 days has past but an unknown fear is still visible on the faces.
No body knows if they will be able to start a normal life again after this dark stage of their life.
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