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Hindu Temple Desecrated- Violence in Saidabad, Hyderabad

 A day after the Hanuman Jayanti, it seems that the Muslim leadership

of Old City, Hyderabad  is back to its old trick of polarising the society…

and as usual the miscreants are running free.

In the early hours of Sunday, 8th April 2012, the bhakts ( devotees) of

the Hanuman temple at Kurmaguda, (in Saidabad ) were in for a shock.

They found that the green colour had been splashed on the walls of the temple.

When they opened the doors of the temple, they found that larges

pieces of beef ( Cow meat) was thrown inside the temple from the

grills.

The naturally agitated Hindu youth protested against this

sacrilegious act.

The Muslims who are a majority in that area launched an

offensive on the Hindus and both sides engaged in a duel of stone fight.

Sensing trouble, the police indulged in lathi charge and also

fired tear gas hurting many of the protesters. At the same time,

the Muslims grouped themselves into a larger group and more

or less occupied the main road of Saidabad armed

with stones and swords.

One of the expectations from administration is security and punishment of

the wrong doers. The ruling Majlis party whose Mayor himself is a

criminal ( an accussed in 7 criminal cases )cannot guarantee the security of

the Hindu temples. It seems that the administration is responsible only for the

protection of non-Hindu sites . The Hindu society has to be vigilant and protect itself. .Meanwhile the tension on the spot continues ….
Saidabad becoming a haven for Islamic extremists

Saidabad in Hyderabad has been in the news continuously for the

last decadewith a number of ISI agents, SIMI & TTSI activists & a

few other terrorists being arrested.

2003 – 

Four suspected ISI activist arrested. Zameeluddin Ahmed

of Santoshnagar, Abdul Samad of Mallepally, Manzoor Siddiqui

a resident of SBH Colony in Saidabad and Maulana Mufti Akbar of Karimnagar.

http://articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/2003-07-24/hyderabad/27193559_1_isi-agents-isi-links-haren-pandya

2004 –

DJS activists attack policemen.

http://www.djsindia.org/djsnews.htm#Activists of the DJS attacked policemen as they reached Sayeedabad

This organization was later banned for planting bombs in the churches 

2008 – It was also notorious for the incident when a number of burkha clad women

stormed into a police station ransacking it.

http://www.rediff.com/news/2008/mar/06look.htm

July 2008

Source – SATP – Terrorist Outfits – SIMI

Police arrested Mohammed Muqeemuddin Yaser, a former SIMI member,

from his residence in the Saidabad area of Hyderabad. Yaser, who is a

MBA student, is also the eldest son of Maulana Naseeruddin,the

founder president of Tehreek-e-Tahaffuz-e-Shaan-e-Islam (TTSI).

Yaser’s younger brother Raziuddin Naser, a suspect

in the twin blast cases in Hyderabad in August 2007, was arrested

by the Karnataka Police in January 2008 for planning terrorist

attacks in Karnataka and Goa.

SIT sources said “Yaser was an active member of SIMI.

Now, he along with some other former SIMI activists of the city

has formed a group which downloads jihadi material and religious

killing videos from the internet and distributes disks to extremist

religious groups in the country.”

2010

https://arisebharat.com/2010/03/29/muslim-attacks-on-hindus-in-old-city-hyderabad/

2011 –

Attacks on Ganesh processions

 2012 –

Also, minority groups within the Muslim society like the Ahmediyas are

also unsafe due to the bullying of the dominant Summi groups here.

Saidabad is also been in the news for the dominant Muslim Sunni groups

attacking the Ahmediya mosques.

http://articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/2012-03-26/hyderabad/31239516_1_mosque-prayers-ahmadis

Few other reports  on the issue : 9th April 2012

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/Old-City-riot-shatters-calm/articleshow/12588555.cms

Update on 3rd May : Police resorts to 3rd Degree torture to foist false cases on Hindus in connection with the case. Shame on the government’s cheap and appeasement tactics.

http://www.thehindu.com/todays-paper/article3378543.ece

Magistrate calls for explanation from SIT in temple desecration case

Nagaraju's arms seen badly injured in Hyderabad on Wednesday.— PHOTO: NAGARA GOPAL

Nagaraju’s arms seen badly injured in Hyderabad on Wednesday.— PHOTO: NAGARA GOPAL

The Madannapet temple desecration case took a twist on Wednesday when one of the four arrested persons, N. Nagaraju, complained to the court that the police tortured him forcing him to confess to the offence.

The magistrate sought explanation from the Special Investigation Team Inspector, Murali Krishna, following the allegation while directing the Chanchalguda prison superintendent to extend medical treatment to Nagaraju at the OGH.

The 14{+t}{+h}Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate, R. Radha Devi, said Nagaraju can also be taken to any private hospital for treatment.

Nagaraju, 29, GHMC sanitation contract supervisor from Kurmaguda, was arrested along with three other Hindus of the same locality, five days ago on charge of creating communal disturbances by planting cow’s legs in a temple and sprinkling paint on the temple wall in the first week of April. The quartet was accused of desecrating the temple at the behest of Niranjan Yadav and Srinivas, of the same area.

Nagaraju and his associates, Kiran Kumar, Ramesh and Dayanand Singh, were later remanded in judicial custody. The case took a curious turn when the Madannapet police brought Nagaraju from the prison to the court seeking his custody in connection with some communal cases registered in 2010 following outbreak of violence after Hanuman Jayanti rally.

Nagaraju’s lawyer, K.K. Sagar, had already filed a petition stating that the police had picked up his client from the residence on April 23. He was taken to the Hyderabad Police Commissioner’s Task Force office in Secunderabad where he was tortured for five days, the affidavit said.

They collected a false confession from Nagaraju using third degree methods, the lawyer said. “They tortured and threatened me to own up the offence. I am in no way connected to the case,” Nagaraju, who could not raise his arms and had difficulty in walking, told the magistrate. He maintained that he didn’t dare to reveal police torture when he was produced before the magistrate five days ago as the police warned him of foisting more cases against him. The magistrate directed the Chanchalguda prison superintendent to submit the medical certificate of Nagaraju and furnish a report on his treatment on Friday.