Second anti-hate rally honours woman who lost her baby in racist attack

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A anti-hate rally took place on Saturday in Bletchley.

It carried the message that Milton Keynes is “proud to be a multi-ethnic city and all nationalities and faiths are welcome.”

Photo: Jane Russell

Photo: Jane Russell

The rally comes after a race-hate attack on a young woman outside Water Eaton Co-Op in Bletchley - which resulted in the victim losing her baby.

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The Race Against Racism Event was in Market Square, Queensway from noon and speakers included a relative from the victim, Abdul Hai, chair of the MK Bangladeshi Community Association, Mohammed Khan, Bletchley East city councillor and representatives from Stand up to Racism.

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This is the second anti-hate rally to take place in Bletchley in the last two weeks.

The initiative hopes to support any individual or family of any background, suffering from racism, in the hope to encourage them to speak out.

After the shameful act where a mother lost her unborn baby, a man was arrested but has been bailed until November.