Gurugram Police exposes Madhu Kishwar’s lies on school bus attack by Karni Sena terrorists


Gurugram Police in Haryana on Friday exposed the utter lies spread by the known Narendra Modi fan, Madhu Kishwar, who had sensationally claimed that five of those who attacked the school bus carrying children had Muslim names.

Kishwar, who has often been accused of spreading lies to cause communal tension, had tweeted, “The names of the 5 people arrested for stone pelting a children’s school bus in the name of Karni Sena protesting against Bhansali’s movie are Saddam, Aamir, Feroze, Nadeem and Ashraf.”

Gurugram Police on Friday clarified, “This is to clarify that no Muslims boys have been detained in relation to the recent acts of vandalism on a Haryana Roadways bus and a School bus in Gurugram.”

This led to growing demand on social media to prosecute Kishwar for trying to cause communal enmity while others tagged Twitter to revoke her blue tick verified status. Faced with growing demands for criminal action, Kishwar deleted her tweet and apologised.

One Twitter user @HonestLiar, in particular, reproduced some of Kishwar’s old tweets highlighting that this wasn’t the only time she had spread fake news items using her social media account to cause communal tension.

A group of Hindutva terrorists belonging to Rajput Karni Sena had on Wednesday attacked a school bus while also setting another government bus on fire in Gurgaon, which is now known as Gurugram. The video of frightened children crouching for safety had gone viral. The terrorists who attacked the school bus were protesting against the release of the film, Padmaavat.