Muslim Boy Murdered by Missionaries in Hyderabad for not embracing Christianity

via Siasat News published on December 26, 2007

Minor subjected to atrocities for not embracing Christianity

Hyderabad, December 26 : The Christian Missionaries have enhanced their ‘conversion’ activities in the city and to meet their goal, they are using all possible tricks. Even murder is the part of their agenda if a particular person is not willing to embrace Christianity.

One such incident came into light after two long months where a minor boy Md. Arshad was not only kidnapped but also subjected to severe atrocities for not embracing Christianity, which ultimately led to his death. The Chilkalguda police did not take any action against the culprits even after getting a dying statement of the boy given to sub-inspector V Prasanna Kumar. Md. Arshad clearly stated that he was kidnapped and was captivated in a lodge near Ghatkesar.

Student of class V, Arshad further said that he was forced to embrace Christainity and when he denied this, he was subjected to severe atrocities with regular interval, which include keeping him without food, and hanging him upside down. He revealed that he was not alone in the captivity but 50-60 other minor girls were also there.

Ultimately, the culprits, when found Arshad severely injured, got him admitted in Osmania hospital and fled. When he regained his consciousness on December 7, he somehow managed to contact his father Md. Haroon on somebody’s mobile phone and informed him about the detail. His father immediately came to Osmania hospital and was in tears when he saw the condition of his son. Later, Arshad was shifted to Gandhi hospital and there, doctors said that Arshad’s kidneys and heart are affected. He was put on artificial respiratory system but in vain. Arshad died.

On December 25, after the post mortem, he was buried in Chilkalguda graveyard. Earlier, a missing report of Arshad was lodged in Chikalguda police station on November 5.

According to Arshad, two women and a man kidnapped him after he was made unconscious with a chloroformed kerchief from the backyard of Secunderabad Railway station while he was returning after handing over the tiffin to his brother-in-law near Alpha hotel. He was a brilliant child and was the second son of Md. Haroon Ahmed and Shahnaz Begums’ six sons.

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