22-year-old Madhu was stabbed to death by Tauseef and his five friends in daylight in Karnataka’s Shivamogga on Thursday (April 7).
A few months back, Madhu had asked Tauseef and his friends not to smoke marijuana as it was a public place. This did not go down well with Tauseef and his friends, and they had decided to teach Madhu a lesson.
Thursday (April 7) afternoon, Madhu was returning after delivering flowers to a client when Tauseef and his five friends surrounded him.
They started thrashing him with rods. Soon they stabbed him with knives and swords.
Madhu had a kidney ailment for which he was operated recently. One of the knives pierced the operated area, leading to massive bleeding. He was rushed to McGann Hospital, where he succumbed to his injuries.
On February 20 this year, 26-year-old Harsha was stabbed to death by a group of Muslims for writing a Facebook post opposing the burqa in classrooms.
Twelve days after Congress leader Mukarram Khan’s threat that those opposing burqa would be ‘chopped to pieces’, Islamists had killed Bajrang Dal activist Harsha.
The Vishva Hindu Parishad (VHP) had demanded the death penalty for the killers of Harsha.
“Just because someone has a different ideology, you kill the person. This is rarest of the rare crime,” News18 had quoted VHP International Working President Advocate Alok Kumar.
“If Muslims keep doing what they are doing, then we won’t be able to tell how the Hindu community is going to react and we won’t be responsible for whatever will get unleashed then.” Shri Kumar added.
Islamist organisation, Popular Front of India (PFI), has been communalising the peaceful environment in Karnataka.
In the first week of February, some Muslim girls suddenly started demanding that they be allowed in classrooms in a burqa. When the administration denied the permission, the Muslim girls moved to the Karnataka High Court, which dismissed their petition.
The Muslim girls moved the Supreme Court to challenge the decision of the Karnataka High Court.
Multiple media investigations later revealed that PFI had orchestrated the burqa controversy.
On April 5, terrorist organisation al Qaeda chief Ayman al Zawahiri extended his support to the burqa protestors in Karnataka and praised Muskan Zainab Khan, who had become the face of protests in Karnataka.
A short video of Muskan shouting ‘Allahu Akbar’ to a group of students had gone viral in February. The daughter of PFI leader Abdul Sukoor, Muskan became the face of protests in Karnataka.
Earlier, the Taliban had extended support to the burqa protests in the state.