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In yet another case of anti-Muslim hate across the country, some posters appeared in Nandpuri neighbourhood of Jaipur in Rajasthan, asking the local to refrain from selling or renting out properties to Muslims.

Jaipur police promptly removed the posters on Wednesday, February 28, soon after they appeared.



According to PTI, the posters read, “An appeal to Hindus: Stay united and stand up against Muslim jihad.”

The posters first appeared ten days ago, urging Hindus to ‘unite against Muslims’. “This happened after a resident sold his property to a Muslim family a few days ago,” Anita Jain, a ward councilor
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