Another Hindu leader hacked to death!

Madurai (Tamil Nadu): A Hindu Munnani leader was hacked to death by unidentified persons at Tenkasi in Tirunelveli district of Tamil Nadu, triggering tension in the communally sensitive town, police said. Kumarapandian (38), president of Hindu Munnani Tenkasi unit, was attacked by the gang late on 17 th december late at night while he was returning home at Tenkasi, about 90 km from here, they said.

He was critically injured and died on the way to a hospital, they said. Kumarapandian used to organise several religious functions, including the ‘Vinayakar Chathurthi’ procession in the town. On December 6, he had taken the lead to observe "Hindu Awakening Day" in Tenkasi, they said. Tirunelveli Superintent of Police Senthamarai Kannan visited the site of the crime to conduct an on-the-spot inquiry. A large contingent of police has been deployed in the town which was tense following the death. A Special Team had been formed to nab the culprits, police said.

How long are we going to read about such shameful attacks on Hindus?

Names of Hindu leaders who were killed in brutal attacks

  • Late Sukhanand Shetty, leader of BJP, Mangalur, Karnataka
  • Late Kumar Pandeya, Hindu Munnani Organization, Tenkashi, Tamil Nadu
  • Names of Hindu leaders who were attempted to be killed

  • Shri. Anil More, Bajarang Dal, Thane
  • Shri. Krushnan Mehsat, Shiv Sena leader, Kashmir
  • Hindu leaders on the ‘Hit’ list of terrorists

  • Jagatguru Shri. Ramanandacharya Swami narendracharyaji Maharaj
  • Shri. Narendra Modi, BJP
  • Shri Balasaheb Thakare, Chief of Shiv Sena
  • Shri. Pravin Togadia, International Prime Minister of VHP
  • Shri. Kalladak Prabhakar Bhat, RSS, Karnataka
  • Shri. Arun Puttil and Shri. Prasad Attavar, Hindu Yuva Sena, Karnataka
  • Shri. Pravin Walke (Karnataka)
  • Shri. Vinay Shetty, Bajarang Dal (Karnataka)
  • Shri. Mahesh Shetty, Hindu Jagaran Vedika, Timrodi, Karnataka
  • Source: ‘Dainik Sanatan Prabhat’

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