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Tension in UP village leads to minority exodus as interfaith couple elopes
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Sambhal May 14 (Agencies) : Following violence after a man eloped with a married woman from another faith, there has been an exodus of several families belonging to the minority community from Nandrauli village here.

Tension gripped this village in Sambhal district of Uttar Pradesh on the night of May 10 after the interfaith couple eloped.

The matter soon acquired communal overtones as several houses of people from the minority community were vandalised which triggered an exodus of 10-15 families who fled in fear."People have not left permanently. They have gone to their relatives' places nearby as they were afraid. They will return once the situation normalises," SP Ravi Singh said.

Village resident Sageer Ahmed said the violence by members of one faith led to the minority families locking up their houses and leaving.

He alleged that the violence occurred despite the presence of policemen at the scene, which has led to a feeling of fear and insecurity that triggered the exodus.

Another resident Shanu Miyan also expressed similar sentiments.

Meanwhile, four policemen have been suspended for not acting to stop the violence on May 10.


News Updated at : Monday, May 15, 2017
 
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