Facebook list threatening violence against Hindu-Muslim couples taken down
Called Hindutva Varta, the page shared a list of 102 Muslim men who were allegedly involved with Hindu women.
Providing links to the Facebook profiles of these men, it urged Hindus to "track and hunt the boys".
India's deep hate for Hindu-Muslim love
The page aimed to incite communal violence
In one post, it asked Hindu parents to teach their daughters to use guns to fight Muslim lovers. In another, it posted a video of man being beaten up and wrote: "If a cow gets killed, so will the slaughterer."
The hitlist has been previously shared on FB
However, no Hindu right-wing group has claimed authority of the page yet.
Interestingly, this isn't the first time that the list has made it to FB. In November last year, a page called Justice for Hindus had shared it. But unlike Hindutva Varta, it used the list as a wake-up call, to highlight the prevalence of love jihad, and not incite violence.
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