Hijab Row Murder: A Bajrang Dal worker was stabbed to death in Shivamogga, a Facebook post was made in protest against Hijab.
An activist from the Bajrang Dal had supported the saffron shawl on Facebook before the incident. He has been identified as 26-year-old Harsha, a Bajrang Dal worker. There has been an increase in tension in Shivamogga following the incident, which led to the imposition of Section 144.
Bajrang Dal worker in Shivamogga, Karnataka, was killed by a knife during a hijab controversy. The police are investigating the matter by linking it to the hijab controversy. However, they are not directly commenting. Due to increased tension in the area after the incident, the police have become even more active.
The incident occurred around 9 p.m. on Sunday night, according to officials. Harsha, a 26-year-old Bajrang Dal worker, has been identified. Harsha wrote a post opposing the hijab on her Facebook profile, according to police. Harsha supported the saffron shawl.
Section 144 enforced
After the murder of a Bajrang Dal worker in Shivamogga, tensions have risen. After the murder, a number of activists protested at the hospital. As a result of the increasing tension, Section 144 has been imposed in Shivamogga. All schools and colleges have been closed. Karnataka Home Minister Araga Gyanendra met with the relatives of the deceased. He told the media that a group of four to five youths were responsible for the killing of a Bajrang Dal worker. It is not yet known whether these people were affiliated with any organization or not. As a precautionary measure, schools and colleges in Shivamogga have been closed for two days.
Bajrang Dal is the most active
The Bajrang Dal is the most active party in Karnataka amid the hijab controversy. The wearing of hijab in schools and colleges is also opposed by many Hindu organizations in Karnataka. By wearing saffron shawls, these workers are protesting against the hijab.
Hijab case hearing today
Karnataka’s High Court is to hear the Hijab controversy again today. Earlier, the Karnataka High Court had completely banned religious clothing. The hijab or saffron shawl will be banned until the verdict is handed down. Similarly, the Karnataka Minorities Commission has issued an order.
Controversial words of Congress leader
Meanwhile, the video of Congress leader Mukarram Khan is going viral. He is heard saying in the video that those who oppose the hijab will be cut into pieces. A police case has been filed against the Congress leader under several sections.