Thursday, June 21, 2012

(Tamil Nadu) Hindu hacked to death by Muslims for marrying Muslim girl #dmkstan #secular

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Tamil Hindu hacked to death by Muslims for marrying Muslim girl in Nagercoil

http://www.asianage.com/india/man-murdered-marrying-muslim-girl-738

http://www.deccanchronicle.com/channels/nation/south/man-murdered-marrying-muslim-girl-253

Man murdered for marrying Muslim girl

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  • June 16, 2012 
  • PTI 
  • Nagercoil
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    Murder led to tension in Idalakudi area of Nagercoil, TN (DC files)
    Murder led to tension in Idalakudi area of Nagercoil, TN (DC files)
     




    A 24-year old man was hacked to death allegedly by the brother of a Muslim girl and his associates for marrying her, triggering tension in Idalakudi area of the district, police said.

    Ramesh, a goods carrier operator based here, had married the girl belonging to Idalakudi some months ago though her family had opposed it, they said.

    On June 14, two persons had stopped Ramesh's vehicle and taken him to Idalakudi where a seven-member gang including the brother of his wife attacked him with iron rods, police said, adding he succumbed to injuries at a hospital yesterday.

    As the news of his death spread, a group indulged in stone pelting in some localities in the area while some people blocked traffic to protest the violence, they said. Police rushed to the spot and dispersed both the groups.

    Six hundred police personnel had been deployed in the affected areas, they said. Besides additional reinforcements had been rushed from Rajapalayam and Palani, police said. Shops in Idalakudi and Ilangadai areas remained closed.

    Two persons were arrested and a hunt is on to nab the remaining five accused, they said. The situation was tense but under control in the area, they said.


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