Bisada (Uttar Pradesh), Oct 12: Everyone in the village was tense following the infamous Dadri lynching incident. Hakeem, a Muslim villagers of Bisada, was thinking to change the venue of wedding for his two daughters.
Marriage of Hakeem's daughters was scheduled to be held on Sunday, Oct 11. But he was unsure about the wedding ceremony.
However, Hakeem had a heave a sigh of relief when a group of Hindu men came forward to help Hakeem to marry off his daughters.
The wedding ceremony has been held in Bisada primary school and the Hindu group made all arrangements for tent and food.
Overwhelmed to see the support and love of his Hindu brothers, Hakeem said, "Our village is like one big family . We always extended help to each other in trouble. Hindus from the village are helping me financially and physically . It feels like they are marrying off their own daughters."
Speaking about the situation in the condition and the marriage, a police officer was quoted as saying, "After the lynching, the grooms' families had said they would not want to come to Bisada. So, there was talk of shifting the venue. But that has been sorted out. Now, there is peace in the village. Things are getting back to normal."
Situation in the village was tense when a man was lynched. The deceased was accused of consuming beef. However, recent reports claimed that it was not beef but mutton.