NEW DELHI, India: With the hardline Hindu nationalist Narendra Modi occupying the main seat in New Delhi, the Hindi extremists seems to have lost their mental balance as they launch second attack against their ideological opponents within a few hours in the so-called secular country.
The second incident occurred when a Muslim Member of the Legislative Assembly of Occupied Kashmir Engineer Rashid was addressing a press conference in New Delhi on Monday but in the meantime three extremists of Shiv Sena threw ink on his face.
“People talk of Talibanisation of Pakistan, look what is happening in India… They are mentally ill. 80,000 people have died in Kashmir, putting ink on one Engineer Rashid will not change anything,” Rashid was quoted as saying by Indian media.
The Moment of Ink attack on Engineer Rashid, http://t.co/fBPKrAnHBv Muslim MP from Occupied Kashmir
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Engineer Rashid was holding the news conference on the issue of martyrdom of a truck driver.
On October 9, a Muslim truck driver Zahid Rasool Bhat was severely injured by Hindu extremists in Udhampur area of Indian-held Kashmir over rumours that three cows were killed in the area. The injured driver succumbed to his wounds in a hospital on Sunday.
Meanwhile, a shutdown strike is being observed in Kashmir today to protest the death of the truck driver.
Earlier in the day, Hindu extremists of Shiv Sena stormed the headquarters of Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) in Mumbai when a meeting was being held between the Chairman of Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Shehryar Khan and his Indian counterpart Shashank Manohar to discuss the Pakistan-India cricket series scheduled for December.
The extremists ransacked the office and chanted slogans against Shehryar Khan and Najam Sethi and demanded their immediate return to Pakistan. Shiv Sena fanatics threatened that they would not allow cricket series between Pakistan and India.
Eventually, the meeting was postponed which now according to reports, will be held in New Delhi today evening.
The Shiv Sena extremists also threatened not to allow Pakistani umpire Aleem Dar to supervise the upcoming 5th One Day International (ODI) between India and South Africa to be played at Mumbai on Sunday.