Located in the banks of Musi River, Hyderabad the vibrant city still stands tall for its possession of antiquated structures, mosques and monuments. This walled city was ruled by the Nizams of Hyderabad for centuries. Today it is considered amongst the fourth largest populated city in India. It has the largest concentration of Muslim as well as Hindu communities. The old city has witnessed many communal riots between the two communities which run deep in history of Indian politics. This week, IBN-Lokmat’s Rajendra Hunje uncovers the truth behind the incessant unrest in the city on Sunday, 10th March 2013 at 11.30 am and 8.30 pm only on IBN-Lokmat.
With each passing year, Hyderabad witness indefinite curfew following communal clashes over alleged desecration of a religious place between Hindu and Muslim Community. Tensions erupt taking lives of innocent people. In most of the unfortunate incidents, enraged members took out rallies which culminate in stone-pelting. Recent blast in Hyderabad was the blow for the entire nation. Religious sentiments are blown up which are one of the many reasons of such unfortunate incidents. There have been many such motives behind series of blasts that took place, which invariably affect the common man. The stigma of such horrifying incidents lives forever with the affected families.
It is a widely known fact that many a time, religious sentiments are blatantly used for political advantage. A similar story awaits in the Marathwada region. Connecting these two untold sagas and discovering the truth will be this weeks episode of Reportaaz. IBN-Lokmat’s Rajendra Hunje tells you a new story, tune in to Reportaaz on Sunday, 10th March 2013 at 11.30 am and 8.30 pm only on IBN-Lokmat.