Following the Tablighi Jamaat Markaz fiasco in the national capital’s Nizamuddin area- a 8,000 member transnational conference held in the Alami Markaz Banglewali Masjid, the global headquarters of the Tablighi network, earlier this month, authorities went searching for Tablighi attendees who travelled to different parts of the country.
There were shocking reports of the authorities- health officers and police personnel, who had gone searching to check for the Tablighi attendees getting attacked across the country. However, the most disturbing reports and visuals came from Indore in Madhya Pradesh.
In a video of the mob incident going viral, a bloody-thirsty mob can be seen chasing down health workers, hurling pathetic abuses at them and at one point you can hear someone asking for “hot water”, which may even be a reference to acid, as the mobs were ready to go to any extent in order to keep the Tablighi attendees untraced.
At 57 sec rioter is asking for hot water, perhaps to throw on medical workers. Pathetic!!! https://t.co/TGVlzO8OPK
— Vikas Pandey (@MODIfiedVikas) April 1, 2020
A female doctor who had also come under attack from the unruly mob said that she wouldn’t have survived but for the police forces who accompanied them for the screening process.
This lady. This health worker who is risking it all for us says the mob wouldn't have left her alive had there been no police forces.
So much for women safety? Mob lynching outrage gang, how can you be such shameless hypocrites to skip this? pic.twitter.com/87M2lbCYKW
— Akshay Narang (@akshaynarang96) April 2, 2020
Meanwhile, the left-liberal cabal has been trying its best to somehow defend the Tablighi Jamaat even though it is amply clear that it is this proselytist Muslim organisation which is responsible for spreading Coronavirus Super Spreaders across the country.
Meanwhile, fake news media outlet BBC has tried to “fact check” the Indore incident, and has also tried to bring out the “truth” of this incident. However, the fact check report is one of the most pathetic media reports ever written.
There is absolutely no substance in this BBC story, though it makes an extremely desperate attempt to create the illusion that there is something amiss about the video of the incident going viral.
Masquerading as a fact check, this is nothing more than an elementary description of the video of the brutal mob violence.
At one point, BBC states that it seems as if the video was shot from a height and there is a lot of noise. But what exactly is the BBC trying to prove by making this observation? It seems that this is not clear to the reporter himself either.
Thereafter, BBC quotes the statements of several police officers, none of which assail either the genuineness of the video going viral nor the fact that communally charged mobs had attacked the health workers.
Right towards the end of its report, BBC states that messages went viral on WhatsApp in the concerned region about Muslims being deceived and administered Coronavirus positive injections. And the fact check report ends here abruptly.
This easily has to be the shoddiest piece of media reporting, and the fact that BBC calls this fact check is a blot on fact checking itself. It is clear that the video is of a communally enraged mob going violent against health workers who wanted to check for Coronavirus suspects.
There was nothing to be verified as such, but BBC being BBC wanted to somehow defend radical Islamists of Indore, leading to publication of one of the most absurd fact check report in the history of fact checking.