With Scarred Memories, Iqlaq's Family Struggles to Return to Normal Life

Published: 12th October 2015 11:04 PM  |   Last Updated: 12th October 2015 11:05 PM   |  A+A-

Village Bisara may be in process of shaking off the memories of Iqlaq and his son Danish being dragged out of their home by a crowd and beaten by bricks in front of their family all because they were suspected to have eaten beef. But his family has scarred memories for life.

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No matter how many festivals are celebrated by the steak lovers in the country the pain is no lessening for the bereaved family.

"We are a large family moving out of the village is hard. The Air Force has given us accommodation on temporary basis but what happens after that. My mother and sister do not want to live in the same place hence we are trying to find a solution" Mohmmad Sartaz told Express.

The grief stricken Sartaz father of Mohmmad Iqlaq said “Speedy justice and the protection of my family is the priority.The decision of moving out is not yet made. The quarters that would be provided to me will be according to my rank, which will be a very small space for my family.”

"I will return to Chennai and join the air force in the end of October. Air Force has announced that they will provide accommodation but that would be for a few days. If wee move there right now then again we will have to find a place to stay" Sartaz said adding that his injured brother Danish is recovering well.

"Things are coming back to normal in the village which is a very good thing,we have our home is in Bisara. The right atmosphere is needed in the village for a peace full and prosperous life" emphasised Sartaz Corporal in the Indian Air Force. 


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