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Muslims in Maharashtra pay tribute to the Pulwama martyrs

By Imran Inamdar,TwoCircles.net

Various Muslim groups in Maharashtra organised candle light marches to protest against the deadly terrorist suicide attack that took place in Pulwama, Jammu and Kashmir on 14th February 2019 and claimed live of 49 CRPF personnel.

The Raza Academy at Bhendi Bazar, Mumbai remained shut on Friday to pay homage to the brave soldiers and protest against the terror activity. And the next day on Saturday, Muslims in Thane, Mumbra district organised a candle light march near Devri Pada which was attended by many Muslims including some prominent citizens.

In some Talukas of Osmanabad district like Tuljapur, Omerga and Lohara the minorities there organised a protest March to show their solidarity.

One of the activists, Beig Salman Sardar told TwoCircles.net, said, “ We have lost 44 soldiers who protected us all the time. This is a huge loss to the  nations. These great souls will always be in our hearts”.

Toufique Shaikh and Afsar Shaikh, activists from Tuljapur (Osmanabad) informed TwoCircles.net, “ WE have submitted our memorandum addressed to the Prime Minister to the local authorities who told us that they have lodged our memorandum about the protest of Pulwama attack” Expressing their sorrow about this great loss, the official said, “ It is really very painful for the countrymen. We demand revenge for each and every life of our Jawans”.