- Madhya Pradesh, President of the “Rashtriya Gau Raksha vahini”, Mehrunisa has blamed her in-laws of abusement. Speaking to ANI, Mehrunnisa alleged that she was thrashed and abused by her in-laws for being associated with cow protection and for voicing her opinion against Triple Talaq.
Mehrunisa, the state president of Rashtriya Gau Raksha Vahini runs a cow shelter in Neemuch district in Madhya Pradesh.
- Mehrunisa is state president of Rashtriya Gau Raksha Vahini.
- She alleged, In laws are abusing her for being in Gau raksha campaign.
- She has asked CM shivraj singh chouhan and PM Modi for help.
She further says that she has been complaining to the police for the last three months, but police is not cooperating.
Mehrunissa has now appealed to Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chief Minister of the state Shivraj Singh Chauhan to interfere in the case. However there is more information to come out yet.
I was thrashed and abused by my in laws for being associated with cow protection&for speaking against triple talaq.Have been complaining for last 3 months but Police not cooperating,appeal for help from CM & PM: Mehrunnisa Khan,Madhya Pradesh President,Rashtriya Gau Raksha Vahini pic.twitter.com/41rquEAVGR
— ANI (@ANI) June 30, 2018
“From the day I joined this cause, I have been receiving death threats from not just outsiders but my own family as well. Even after moving away from them, they keep telling me to leave all this as it is bringing bad name to the family. I don’t understand how working for animals who cannot even speak is ruining their reputation.” said khan.
Despite the threats, Mehrunisa is running a cow shelter in Neemuch district, 500 kilometres away from her home. She also said the threat to her life will not stop her from working in cow shelters.
“I feel peaceful when I work for those who cannot even speak for themselves. I will continue working for them and not let these threats bring me down,” said Khan.
Madan Ojha, a retired teacher who is helping Mehrunisa running the cow shelter, said cow protection should not be turned into a communal issue.
“I hope that my shelter becomes an example for all those who want to spread hate. We do not feel any religious difference here since everyone is dedicated to one noble cause. Now that Mehrunisa madam has joined, I feel that this cow shelter will grow and become an example of peace for the whole country,” he told speaking to ANI.