Not one of the cases listed below happened prior to March 2018, and all of them have the same elements as those involving the Kathua case.
Some portions are taken from a WhatsApp message.
When stories of atrocities about India start appearing in the Foreign press, one can guess that it is election time in India. In what appears to be a last-ditch fight by the Congress party to retain power in the last major state it is in power (Karnataka), all strings are being pulled to try and paint a dire picture of India.
What is alarming from the Kathua case (it is not proved if it is a rape) is how it is being used to portray a false image of a wave of Muslim persecution in this country. The facts on the ground, however, tell the opposite tale. This is not an isolated incident and not the only crime committed against children. We provide below a list all crimes committed in the recent past:
Not one of the cases listed above happened prior to March 2018, and all of them have the same elements as those involving the Kathua case – multiple perpetrators coincidentally belonging to the same community, a minor victim belonging to the other community and the same gruesome, unspeakable acts.
Did you hear about them in the mainstream TV media? Did Javed Akhtar tweet about them? Did you see Bollywood actresses wear extra makeup and pose with a signboard with this news? I bet you did not. Spread the word, and ask them why this “Selective Outrage”.
If New York Times is wondering why it is not attracting more eyeballs, perhaps this is a clue. Call it both ways.
 An 8-year-Old’s Rape and Killing Fuels Religious Tensions in India – Apr 11, 2018, The New York Times
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