Manglore: Mangaluru: Hindu Jagaran Vedike chief Karthik Merla stabbed to dying


Manglore murder

Police arrest one particular person in reference to the homicide.&nbsp

Key Highlights

  • Hindu Jagaran Vedike chief stabbed to dying in Mangaluru

  • Police: Karthik’s homicide a fallout of previous rivalry

  • Police arrested one particular person in reference to the homicide

Mangaluru: A pacesetter of the Hindu Jagaran Vedike was murdered on Tuesday throughout Ganesha festivities close to Puttur in Mangaluru, Karnataka. The sufferer has been recognized as Karthik Merla, a resident of Sampya Puttur. 

Police have arrested one particular person in reference to the homicide case. The homicide is claimed to be the fallout of an previous rivalry. Karthik served as secretary of Hindu Jagaran Vedike. 

In line with experiences, the homicide happened at round 12 pm when some goons barged into Ganesha pandal and stabbed Karthik. The sufferer was rushed to a close-by Adarsh hospital, however he died on his method.

Police stated they’re investigating the matter and arrested one particular person in the identical. 

In the meantime, Karnataka BJP chief Shobha Karandlaje has demanded the arrest of the culprits.


In an identical incident, two leaders of the ruling Nationwide Democratic Alliance (NDA) authorities in Bihar have been shot useless by unidentified males in two separate incidents, police stated on Monday.

Janata Dal-United (JD-U) chief Sant Kumar Singh was shot useless by bike-borne criminals late on Sunday in Mahthi village in Samastipur district.

In one other incident, Lok Janshakti Get together (LJP) chief Kalyan Dutt Pandey was shot useless by assailants in Dehura locality of Siwan district on Sunday, a police official stated.

The police have lodged instances in each the incidents, however no arrests have been made thus far. Two political killings in a day elevate questions over Chief Minister Nitish Kumar’s claims of rule of legislation Bihar.

SP employee Akhilesh Yadav, advocate killed in separate Uttar Pradesh shoot-outs

In July this 12 months,  two separate shoot-outs led to the deaths of leaders from the Samajwadi Get together and the Vishwa Hindu Parishad in Ayodhya and Pratapgarh, respectively.

VHP district president and advocate Pranav Mishra was killed by unidentified bike-borne assailants. SP chief, who unusually goes by the identify Akhilesh Yadav, was killed in Kanakpur village when unidentified assailants on a motorcycle fired a number of rounds at him and fled.



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