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Madhya Pradesh: Engineering student found dead on railway tracks a day after his father received ‘Gustakh-e-Nabi ki ek saza, sar tan sey judaa’ message 

Nishank Rathore, a third-year college student, was found dead on the railway tracks near Obaidullaganj town in Raisen district of Madhya Pradesh on Monday. Before his death, his father had received a message that read, “Gustakh-e-Nabi ki ek saza, sar tan sey judaa.”


Uma Shankar Rathore, the father of the victim Nishank Rathore, received the message at 5.44 pm on Sunday evening. The message read, “Gustakh-e-Nabi ki ek saza, sar tan sey judaa”. After reading the message, Uma Shankar tried to trace his son, 20 years old Nishant Rathore, a third-year student at Oriental College in Bhopal in Madhya Pradesh.


However, Nishank was missing from his hostel room, and later, his dead body was recovered from the railway tracks in Obaidullaganj in Raisen district of Madhya Pradesh.


Speaking to India Today TV, IG Suri said, “We have traced his movements through CCTV cameras right from the time he left his room in Bhopal. At 5.09 pm he was spotted at a petrol pump and he was not accompanied by anyone. The post-mortem has revealed that he died because of coming before a moving train.”


Multiple murders in the name of “Gustakh-e-Nabi ki ek saza, sar tan sey zuda”

India has seen murders in the name of blasphemy against the Prophet Mohammed (Nabi) for nearly a century, with Mahashay Rajpal being a notable figure to lose his life. However, these incidents have spiked in recent days after Nupur Sharma’s incident where she commented on Prophet Mohammed.


Since then, we have seen the open beheading of Kanhaiya Lal in Udaipur in broad daylight, the murder of Umesh Kolhe, and dozens of threats against individuals who supported Nupur Sharma. In all these cases, the threat was the same, “Gustakh-e-Nabi ki ek saza, sar tan sey zuda.”


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The murder of BJP Yuva Morcha leader Praveen Nettaru in Bellare late on Tuesday evening has sparked outrage in coastal Karnataka, with tensions running high at some areas and authorities forced to ban large gatherings in Puttur with heavy security deployed.



The killing is being talked about as an act of revenge for the recent murder of another youth belonging to a minority community, news agency PTI reported.


The incident has triggered widespread protests, prompting chief minister Basavaraj Bommai to appeal to everyone to stay peaceful and patient while cops scour the state for the accused.


"People are outraged when an innocent person is killed. I appeal to everyone to stay peaceful and patient. Instruction has been given to arrest the murderers as soon as possible," he said.


Some instances of stone-pelting and lathi charges by police were reported, with the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS, the ruling BJP's ideological mentor), demanding a bandh in Puttur, Kadaba and Sullia taluk. According to news agency PTI, stones were hurled at government buses, with one bus plying from Puttur to Mangaluru getting damaged at Bolwar.



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2 hours ago, ravishingravi said:

Things have to escalate now. RW alternative to bjp is only way. 


That will repeat the mistakes of left and split the vote. Be happy you got bulldozer baba types even though some of us don't like the such brazen behavior from any govt.

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