Shiv Sainik brutally hacked to death by Jihadi’s in Mumbai

published on April 16, 2013

MUMBAI: A 28-year-old partyworker of Shiv Sena was hacked to death by five persons near his residence in Sangamnagar in Antop hill area during the early hours of Monday.

Police stated that local goons killed Raju Mistrilal Soni as he did not pay heed to the extortion threats issued by them. Investigations revealed that the accused demanded money on day-to-day basis.

The incident occurred at around 4am on Monday when Raju stepped out of his house to fill water. Around five persons attacked him, police told. Police stated that Raju had opened another video-parlour a month ago. “The five accused were threatening Raju for money to run the video parlour.

Read full TNN Report@

http://hinduexistence.org/2013/04/16/hindu-activists-brutally-hacked-by-five-muslim-killers-in-mumbai/

Hindu Existence Adds: Mumbai has been treated as a safe dane of foreigner Bangladeshi Muslims along-with their Afghan, Pakistani and Myanmar Rohingya Muslims here and there.  The main Muslim culprit Hafizul Bangali is a notorious criminal from Sirajgunj of Bangladesh and entered into India after 2007 to make a high network of anti-socials of Bangladeshi Muslims and their Kashmiri Counterparts to build a soft Mujahideen group to exploit Hindu Businessmen and to abduct Hindu girls under Love Jihad module.

Raju Mistrilal Soni was hacked at least thirteen times by sharpened swords, knifes and choppers etc. as ascertained by the injury report. Sriman Raju was a prominent Karyakarta in Sangamnagar in the capacity of Gatha-Pramukha (Group-leader).

Read full HE Report @

http://hinduexistence.org/2013/04/16/hindu-activists-brutally-hacked-by-five-muslim-killers-in-mumbai/

 

 


 

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