Presenting a unique example of communal harmony, Muslim society came forward for the funeral of Panditji

Presenting a unique example of communal harmony, Muslim society came forward for the funeral of Panditji

In Kaseerwa village of Muzaffarnagar district in Uttar Pradesh, people of Muslim society have set the example of brotherhood and communal harmony. Due to fear of Corona, people of one community did not attend Panditji's funeral. The people of the same Muslim society set an example of brotherhood by joining the funeral procession and shaking the bier. His work is appreciated by everyone in the area.
Kaserwa is a Muslim dominated village in Shahpur police station area of ​​the district. Very few families of Hindu community live in the village. Pandit Brij Bhushan Sharma (60 years), the head of the Eklaute Brahmin family, died of cardiac arrest in the village on Thursday evening. When other family members informed his relatives about his death, he too reached the village. The funeral could not take place on Thursday due to late evening. Despite this, people of one community did not come out of the houses due to fear of Corona and did not reach their homes to console the families of the deceased.

On Friday morning, the funeral of the deceased was to take place, but in the absence of people from one community, in addition to the village head husband, dozens of Muslim community including Kasim Chaudhary, Qari Zahid Hasan, Chaudhary Rahisuddin, Talib Chaudhary, Farman Chaudhary reached the deceased's house. He took the funeral procession along with the family by joining the funeral procession of the deceased and carrying the bier to the crematorium.

Jawan Qasim Ali in CRPF said that Hindus and Muslims live together in the village. Each other's happiness lives together in sorrow. Some people forgot their duty due to fear of Corona, but the villagers paid their duty leaving behind the fear of Corona.

Village head husband Akhlaq Ahmed says that the villagers set an example by paying their duty. In the future, maintain similar brotherhood in rural villages. Deepak Sharma, son of the deceased Pandit ji, lit the father. On the other hand, all the Muslims in the area are appreciating the society.