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Activists extend helping hand to kin of Jharkhand lynching victim

By Business Standard calender  27-Jun-2019

Activists extend helping hand to kin of Jharkhand lynching victim

Social activists have come forward to provide assistance to the kin of Tabrez Ansari, who died Sunday after allegedly being lynched by a mob on suspicion of theft in Saraikela Kharsawanand area of Jamshedpur in Jharkhand.
A team of All India Majlis-e-Ittehad-ul-Muslimeen (AIMIM) Jharkhand unit visited the aggrieved family of Tabrez in Tadamdeeh village here and took stock of the situation on Wednesday. The 20-member-team extended financial aid of Rs 50,000 to Tabrez's wife and demanded a job for Sahista, who married the deceased barely two months ago.
Speaking to ANI, state AIMIM president Irman Malik said that the party would provide all help to the family they would need. "We will help in whatever way we can," he said. A local social activist, Amar Raza Khan, also gave Rs 30,000 to the family as assistance.
Riyaj Shareef, another member of the team expressed concerns over "growing incidents of mob lynching" in the state and appealed Prime Minister Narendra Modi to take steps to curb the menace.

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