Secular Indian should fight for freedom once again: MBT

MBT Spokesperson Mr. Amjadullah khan Khalid expressed shock on the heinous crime On December 6, Mohammad Afrazul, a migrant worker from West Bengal was hacked with a cleaver and then set on fire by a man in Rajsamand, Rajasthan.

Amjadullah khan said it is not first time to happened in India, The numbers of Muslim lynching, killing incidents happened since the government under Prime Minister Narendra Modi came into power in 2014. He Said Every secular Indian unite in order to fight against the communal and anti-democratic forces in the country.