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    Ghaziabad Conversion Case: Mastermind on transit remand till June 15, will be brought from Thane to Ghaziabad

    Bynewshuntexpress

    Jun 12, 2023

    On Sunday, the police got a major breakthrough in the Ghaziabad religious conversion case, where the mastermind of the case, Shahnawaz Khan alias Baddo, was arrested from Maharashtra. After which the police presented him in the court on Monday.

    Police sought remand of the accused in Thane court. On this, the court has approved the transit remand till June 15. A team of UP Police is present there. She will bring him to Ghaziabad by road. After which he will be questioned.

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    The accused is very clever
    Baddo would play online games and make children his victims. Then brainwashed them and asked them to accept Islam. This came to light when a boy in Rajnagar, Ghaziabad fell under her spell. He used to go to the mosque secretly from his family members and offer Namaz.

    When the family members of the child came to know about this, they were shocked. He immediately reached the police and told them the whole matter. Based on his statement, an FIR was registered at Kavinagar police station in Ghaziabad on May 30, since then the search for Baddo was on. In this case, an FIR has also been lodged against the cleric of a mosque in Ghaziabad. He accepted the matter of conversion.

     

    the whole game was going like this
    The accused would first make an ID in the name of Hindu and contact the underage children. He would tell them to play a game called Fortnite. When the children lost, they were told that if they read the Quran and played, they would win.

    When children played after reading the Quran, they were deliberately won, so that they would have faith in the Quran. The accused brainwashed the Ghaziabad boy in such a way that he started going to the mosque. When the family members said that they would not allow him to offer Namaz, he started talking about leaving the house and living in the mosque.

     

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