Indian police arrest four over Muslim teen's murder

'Not in my name': Thiruvananthapuram among cities to host march for Junaid

'Not in my name': Thiruvananthapuram among cities to host march for Junaid

Cows are held sacred in the Hindu religion.

Anjali Arondekar, a teacher going to from the USA condition of California, said she had gone to the Mumbai dissent since "no one appears to mind anymore that a youthful Muslim man is being murdered". "Everyone is welcome but without party or organizational banners", the invite reads.

Anti-Hindutva protesters have been encouraged by the fact that at last the foreign media seems to have seen that India's Hindu nationalist government was losing the plot to govern a secular nation. The family of 17-year-old Junaid - killed by a mob when he was on his way home to Ballabhgarh after shopping for Eid in Delhi - will also be invited to join the demonstration, Dewan said. When Khan was fatally stabbed and bled to death, the train was heavily packed with passengers.

Nearly all of the 63 attacks since 2010 involving cow-related violence were recorded after Modi and his Hindu nationalist government came to power in 2014, IndiaSpend, a data journalism website, said in a report. Khan died three days after the lynching had been recorded on a number of smartphones.

In May, two Muslim men were beaten to death over allegations of cattle theft in India's northeast. He said that cow vigilantism should not go to the extent of indulging in violence and if you are working for the protection of cow, then you should not resort to such violence. Usually, it is Muslims who have borne the brunt of cow-related violence.

2017 was the worst year when it came to cow-related violence.

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Meanwhile, the Communist Party of India (CPI) has slammed Prime Minister Modi for not taking action against Gau Rakshaks (cow vigilants) and said merely saying things is not enough. Many have been claiming that the apparent silence of the Narendra Modi government in the issue is further making it obvious that the culprits are being backed by the Bharatiya Janata Party.

According to the IndiaSpend report, since 2010, cow vigilantes have targeted Muslims 51% of the time.

The movement has also stated how these attacks on Muslims have a pattern and how the government has not said anything against these incidents. More than half (52 per cent) of these attacks were based on rumours, our analysis found. At least 10 people have been killed in such incidents in the last two years.

In 2015, just 29 percent of rape cases in India lead to a conviction, according to Delhi police data.

The next generational crisis war was the Partition war of 1947, which followed the partitioning of the Indian subcontinent into India and Pakistan. In his opinion the #NotInMyName protests have already had the desired impact, since the public has come out to stand and 'the public gets made in moments like these.' He views these protest as a 'continuation since 2014 - the reactions to Una; the formation of the Bhim Army, and in the agitation around worker and farmer rights'.

Cows are revered by section of Hindus, and so several states in India ban the their slaughter.