Pay the tribute to veer balidani Vishal and Sachin.

published on October 11, 2012

A commemorative program  in memory of Vishal and Sachin, the slain ABVP leaders has been organized in Bangalore by SAMANVAYA,Bangalore. Vishal and Sachin were the victims of ruthless campus politics.The commemorative event will be organized on 14th October,Sunday at 4.30 pm at SRI SHIVANUBHAVA MUTT PRAYER HALL,CMH Road(Next to Sunil medicals),Lakshmipura,Bangalore.

Vishal, a son, a brilliant student who wanted to soar high like Swami Vivekananda and Bhagat Singh, towards the cause of the nation will be remembered amidst the deepest and profound thoughts. Vishal’s dedication to the nation is obvious when one glance through his life. His schooling was done abroad, but this dedicated son of the soil wanted to further his studies in India, with the sole aim of serving the nation. Thereafter he joined Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh and was holding the responsibility of ABVP Chengannur Nagar Pramukh.Vishal was brutally murdered by members of Campus Front. He was hacked to death, while attending a function in Chengannur Christian College, right in front of the entrance. Campus Front is a Jihadi associated organization and has links with the outlawed outfit, SIMI.

Sachin was the second victim of jihadi terrorism in Kerala recent after the brutal murder of Vishal at chenganoor by same campus front jihadis.ABVP Kannur Nagara Vice President Sachin had suffered stab injuries on abdomen in an attack by a gang of Jihadi terrorists Campus Front/Popular Front of India on July 6 at Pallikunnu Bus Stand.Sachin was admitted to Mangalore Hospital on August 18 in a critical condition. His condition worsened even after surgeries were conducted at Pariyaram Medical collage.

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