Jihadi Killers of Swayamsevak Rudresh Under Arrest

By HK published on October 27, 2016


Bengaluru: Thanks to prompt action and investigation of Karnataka police, Four Jihadis are now under arrest in connection with the murder of RSS leader Rudresh.

Rudresh was returning home after attending pathsanchalan in new Ganavesh, when he was hacked to death by a Jihadi gang on October 16th

The police have identified the accused as Mohammed Mazar (35) from J C Nagar, Mohammed Muzeebullah (44) from R T Nagar, Waseem Ahmed (30) from Austin Town and Irfan Pasha (30) from Govindapura in Bengaluru. The police also seized two bikes that were used by the accused to commit the crime.
BJP state president B S Yeddyurappa had earlier warned to launch state-wide agitation if the police failed to nab the culprits within a week. 

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  1. Raj Puducode Reply

    October 29, 2016 at 10:02 am

    First & foremost remove all special minority privileges for these anti-national Jihadi beasts & treat them like bloody criminals & hope the court will send them quickly without wasting much public money.to their hallucinated 72 virgins of hell.

  2. Raj Puducode Reply

    November 2, 2016 at 6:09 am

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