Jun 28, 2017
#NotInMyName: Indians protest against 'beef lynching'
Thousands of Indians are due to protest against rising attacks on Muslims and Dalits by vigilante cow protection groups. Protests are being held in 16 Indian cities and also in London, Boston, Toronto and Karachi, protest organiser Saba Dewan told the BBC. The campaign, #NotInMyName, started with a Facebook post she wrote after a Muslim teenager was killed last week. Her anguished Facebook post has managed to galvanise a large number of Indians, with thousands pledging to participate in the protests. "The protest is against this systematic violence against Muslims and Dalits that is going on in our country at the moment," Ms Dewan said. The families of Junaid Khan and dairy farmer Pehlu Khan, who was murdered by a Hindu mob in April, are due to attend the protest in Delhi.
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