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    In recent news, reports have emerged of Muslim fruit sellers in the southern Indian state of Telangana being beaten and coerced into drinking alcohol by members of a right-wing Hindu group. This incident has sparked outrage and condemnation from various quarters, with many calling for action to be taken against those responsible.

    According to reports, the incident took place in the town of Bhainsa, where a group of fruit sellers were allegedly targeted by members of the Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP), a right-wing Hindu nationalist group. The group reportedly accused the fruit sellers of selling fruits that had been contaminated with cow urine, which is considered sacred by Hindus. The VHP members then proceeded to beat up the fruit sellers and force them to drink alcohol, which is forbidden in Islam.

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    This incident has raised concerns about the safety and security of Muslim minorities in India, who have been facing increasing discrimination and violence in recent years. The incident also highlights the need for greater awareness and understanding about religious and cultural differences, and the importance of tolerance and respect for diversity.

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    Many have pointed out that the actions of the VHP members are not only illegal and immoral but also go against the principles of Hinduism, which advocates for compassion, non-violence, and respect for all living beings. Such incidents only serve to further polarize communities and create divisions between people of different faiths.

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    In response to the incident, several organizations and individuals have called for action to be taken against those responsible. The Telangana state government has ordered an inquiry into the incident, and several arrests have been made in connection with the case. The incident has also sparked protests and demonstrations across the state, with people demanding justice for the victims.

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    It is important to note that incidents like these are not isolated incidents but are part of a larger pattern of discrimination and violence against minorities in India. The government must take proactive measures to address this issue and ensure that all citizens are treated with dignity and respect, regardless of their religion or ethnicity.

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    In conclusion, the incident of Muslim fruit sellers being beaten and coerced into drinking alcohol is a disturbing reminder of the intolerance and bigotry that still exists in our society. It is important for all of us to stand up against such acts of violence and discrimination and work towards creating a more inclusive and harmonious society. Only then can we truly progress as a nation and as a people.

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