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A week ago, a Hindutva mob in Kolhapur Maharashtra’ Vishalgadh village, launched crackers near the Hazrat Malik Rehan Dargah.
Saffron clad men in several videos launched crackers, all while shouting “Jai Shri Ram” to supposedly celebrate Mahashivratri.
In a video gone viral, a man clad in a saffron cap and scarf, can be seen placing the rocket between two rocks. The head of the rocket faces the Dargah and as it bursts, loud chants of Jai Shree Ram emanate from the crowd behind the camera.
A week ago, a hindü mob in Vishalgadh, Kolhapur, Maharashtra, launched rocket crackers at the Dargah gate of Hazrat Malik Rehan while shouting “Jai Shri Ram.” These rioters were celebrating Mahashivratri on that specific day by launching rockets at the dargah.+ #Islamophobia pic.twitter.com/XzfM4a9nnp — Meer Faisal (@meerfaisal01) February 24, 2023 A second later, the video pans to showcase a sea of men, cheering loudly with phones in their hands (presumably to record a video of the cracker bursting).
Also Read Bhiwani killings: 2 more ‘Hindu Mahapanchayats’ call for anti-Muslim violence As the men continue to dance, the camera tilts upward showing the Hindutva flag. The last few seconds of the video also shows men dressed in police uniforms right outside the dargah.
In another video, Hindutva pop music plays as the crowd bursts a cracker right in front of the same Dargah.

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