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Muslim girls forced to eat pork at Vasai orphanage, call their parents beggars, prostitutes

Pic Courtesy: Akela Bureau of Investigation
Pic Courtesy: Akela Bureau of Investigation

Palghar: An in-depth undercover sting by Akela Bureau of Investigation (ABI) stated that  Muslim girl students were allegedly forced to consume pork by the sisters of Handmaids of the Blessed Trinity orphanage and convent  in Vasai town in Palghar district of Maharashtra.

According to the ABI reports, sisters  forced the Muslim girls to eat pork and if a girl refused, they would order senior students to forcibly put it in her mouth.

“‘Ye janate hue ki hum Muslim hain sister jabardasti pork ko hamare munh me dalwati thi (despite knowing the fact they we are Muslim and pork meat is forbidden in Islam, sister forced us to eat that meat,” a student was quoted as saying by the AIB.

“In our religion if any Muslim person takes name of pork, his mouth remains desecrated for 40 days. I am very shocked to hear that sisters were forcibly putting pork in our daughter’s mouth,” said the mother of a student.

The portal, in a series of articles has made shocking claims against the management of the orphanage.

The report furthered that when one of the students threatened go to the police station to lodge a complain . An angry sisters Eliza Barreto and Tresa said,

“Jao jao complaint karo. Police station gayi to police ladkiyon ke saath rape karti hai.”

“Chhoti si galti par sister hamein pair se marti thi, baal pakad kar sar deewar se takrati thi, bastard, chhakki, nagin, harami, kutiya jaisi galiyaan deti thi. Ek din hamne fungus lage jam ko khane se inkaar kar diya to sister ne saat din tak hame bhookha rakha,” said a student.

“The students also said they were forced to wash toilets, pots, clothes, rooms and the terrace. If any student refused to follow the orders, the student was penalized between Rs 10 and Rs 100, sometimes even made to sleep in the toilets. Once when students refused to eat rotten and decayed jam, they were not served food for seven days as punishment. They remained alive only because other students shared their food with them,” said the report.

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