India: Forced eviction of Muslims living around the temple revealed
It has been revealed that Muslims living around the temple in India have been forcibly evicted.
According to the Gulf News website Al Jazeera, the Muslim population living around the temple in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh is being forcibly evicted, forcing Muslims to sign a permit stating that They are vacating this land or house of their own free will.
According to the report, people living near the famous Gorakhnath temple in the southeastern Indian state of Uttar Pradesh have been given permission letters, which are being forcibly signed by them. He is voluntarily handing over his land or house to the government to ensure the safety of the temple premises.
According to the report, it is written in the permit that we have no objection to this permit after which we signed it.
The report further states that there are dozens of houses around the Gorakhnath temple, mostly belonging to the Muslim minority, who have been asked to sign the permit.
According to the report, due to pressure from Hindu extremists, many Muslim families have so far signed these permits and if some Muslims refuse to sign the residence permit, various methods are used to put pressure on them.
According to the report, the Hindu extremist chief minister of Uttar Pradesh, Yogi Adityanath, is the patron saint of the Gorakhnath temple.