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Mumbai: In a secular country like India, 25-year-old communication professional Misbah Quadri is finding it tough to find an accommodation for herself in Mumbai as she is a Muslim.

When Misbah, who hails from Gujarat, moved to Mumbai, the metropolitan city subjected her to discrimination on grounds of religion, reports The Hindu.

After knocking at uncountable doors, when Misbah finally found a flat for herself at Sanghvi Heights in Wadala, the broker of the apartment warned her of dire consequences she might face for being a Muslim.

However, as her new flatmates were supportive, the 25 year old ignored the broker's warning and moved in to the new apartment.

Soon, the broker called her up and threatened to throw her out of the apartment. Consequently, Misbah was forced to leave the apartment and her other flatmates too were asked to vacate the flat for sharing it with her.

Misbah Quadri has now approached National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) for justice.


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