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On Camera, Muslim Shopkeepers Threatened In Madhya Pradesh Over Crackers

Dewas, Madhya Pradesh: Muslim shopkeepers in Madhya Pradesh’s Dewas district have been threatened with violence for stocking and selling firecrackers named after Hindu gods or goddesses – crackers that were cheerfully purchased and burst in Diwalis past, and packaging that the shop owners have no control over.

Shocking videos have emerged online showing gangs of men – some of whom have saffron-coloured scarves wrapped around their necks – barging into shops and warning the owners of dire consequences if they continue selling such products. Agencies

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