Raza Islamic Mission Protests Against Gangster’s Killing in Candlelight March

Ramganj, West Bengal – Members of the Raza Islamic Mission gathered in a candlelight march on Sunday evening to protest against the recent killings of Gangster Atiq Ahmed and his brother Ashraf Ahmed.

The protesters, wearing black bands around their arms, marched through the streets of Ramganj, holding candles and banners, expressing their anger and condemning the killings.

The Raza Islamic Mission, a socio-religious organization, called for the protest to express their solidarity with the families of the deceased and to demand justice for the killings.

Speaking to the media, the President of Raza Islamic Mission, Mr. Abdullah said, “We strongly condemn the brutal killings of Atiq Ahmed and his brother Ashraf Ahmed. We demand a thorough investigation into the matter and the immediate arrest of the culprits involved in this heinous act.”

The police have registered a case and are investigating the matter. The motive behind the killings is still unclear, and no arrests have been made so far.

The protesters demanded that the police expedite the investigation and take strict action against the perpetrators.

The candle march ended with the protesters observing a minute of silence in memory of the deceased. The Raza Islamic Mission has vowed to continue its peaceful protests until justice is served.

The killings of Gangster Atiq Ahmed and his brother Ashraf Ahmed have sparked outrage in the community, and the Raza Islamic Mission’s protest is one of many calls for justice in the wake of the incident.


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