Bajrang Dal Activist Killed In Karnataka’s Shivamogga,

Bangalore: Tensions in Karnataka have arisen amid the death of a 23-year-old Bajrang Dal activist. As per the reports, the activist was stabbed to deaths on Sunday evening. He was taken to Mc Gann district hospital where he succumbed to his injury.

The incident is being connected with hijab row, which began in Karnataka early this year. 

Amid protests in Shivamogga, police has been deployed in the region and section 144 has been imposed, a holiday has been declared for schools and colleges.

The Bajrang Dal activist, identified as Harsha, was reportedly chased and murdered last night in Shivamogga’s Bharati Colony. The matter is being probed, and the police are yet to ascertain who stabbed him.

Amid the murder, a large number of right-wing people have gathered at the Megan Hospital and started to protest. At least four vehicles were burnt down by some miscreants and the police had to resort to lathi-charge.

Meanwhile, Karnataka Home Minister Araga Jnanendra met with the family of the deceased Bajarang Dal activist in Shivamogga on Monday morning.

The Karnataka Home Minister had on Sunday addressed a public gathering in Shivamogga where he had remarked that the people of the state need to be cautious of communal forces that are filling dirtiness in school kids.

“Communal forces are filling communal dirtiness in school students. These forces are tarnishing the future of the country. Many forces working between us to destabilise the nation, we need to be cautious,” ANI quoted Jnanendra as saying.

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