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Hyderabad (Telangana) [India], February 23 (ANI): Activists of Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP)

Hyderabad (Telangana) [India], February 23 (ANI): Activists of Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) and Bajrang Dal held a 'Mashal Rally' in Hyderabad on Wednesday in the memory of a Bajrang Dal worker who was allegedly murdered in Shivamogga on Sunday.

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Mahesh Yadav, Bajrang Dal HyderabadCo-Convenor while talking to ANI said that similar incidents aren't new to the association and have been taking place for a while. “ We're giving a warning to Jihadis that we won't sit silent. We're holding a state-wide kick and demand that the lawbreakers be hanged to death. The agitation would not stop till they're hanged to death. The way the army fights at the border for the country, we're fighting for our country and religion inside the country,” he added.

Yadireddy, the VHP Organisation State Secretary also said to ANI that numerous associated with PFI've come to Karnataka from Kerala and demanded that PFI and SIMI be banned. “ In two months, further than 20 workers have been killed, a clerk has been killed, a lady worker has been killed as well. PFI and SIMI should be banned. Numerous belonging to PFI've come from Kerala to Karnataka. These attacks aren't new to us,” he said.

A 26- time-old Bajrang Dal activist Harsha was allegedly boggled on Sunday night in Shivamogga. Security was tensed in the megacity following the incident. A aggregate of six people have been arrested and 12 are being questioned by the state police in connection with Bajrang Dal activist Harsha murder case, said BM Laxmi Prasad, Supervisor of police, Shivamogga on Tuesday.

“ The six indicted arrested in the case are Mohammed Kashif, Sayed Nadeem, Afsifullah Khan, Rehan Sharef, Nihan, and Abdul Afnan,’ said Prasad. Meanwhile, the Deputy Commissioner of the quarter Selvamani R blazoned that CrPC section 144 has been extended by two further days till Friday morning.