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College student Nishank Rathore found dead minutes after his father gets ‘Gustakh-e-Nabi ki ek saza, sar tan sey juda’ threat: MP

Third-year engineering student Nishank Rathore from Bhopal could be the latest victim of the blasphemy madness sparked by propaganda journalist Md. Zubair. He went missing from his hostel room and was found dead on railway tracks in Raisen district’s Obaidullaganj around 6 PM on Sunday.

Just minutes before Nishank’s death, his father, a resident of Seoni Malwa, had received a threatening message reading “Rathore sahab bahur bahadur tha aapka beta. Gustakh-e-Nabi ki ek saza, sar tan sey juda” (Rathore sir, your son was very brave. Only one punishment for those who are insolent towards the prophet, separate their head from the body) from his son’s phone.

Threatening WhatsApp message sent to Nishank’s father from his phone, just before his death

An OpIndia report on the matter says:

Uma Shankar Rathore, the father of the victim Nishank Rathore, received the message at 5.44 pm on Sunday. The message read, “Gustakh-e-Nabi ki ek saza, sar tan sey judaa”. After reading the message, Uma Shankar tried to trace his son, 20 years old Nishant Rathore, a third-year student at Oriental College in Bhopal in Madhya Pradesh.

However, Nishank was missing from his hostel room, and later, his dead body was recovered from the railway tracks in Obaidullaganj in the Raisen district of Madhya Pradesh.

Speaking to India Today TV, IG Suri said, “We have traced his movements through CCTV cameras right from the time he left his room in Bhopal. At 5.09 pm he was spotted at a petrol pump and he was not accompanied by anyone. The post-mortem has revealed that he died because of coming before a moving train.”

A threatening post was also made via Nishank’s Instagram account and the screenshot sent to his family and friends over WhatsApp.

The image shows a crossed-out photo of Nishank waving a saffron flag and the ‘Gustakh-e-Nabi ki ek saza, sar tan sey judaa’ threat followed by the Pakistani flag and dagger icons. At the bottom of the image, another message reads “saare hindu kayron dekh lo agar nabi ke bare mein galat bologe to yahi hashr hoga” (see, all Hindu cowards. if you talk wrong about the prophet, then you will suffer the same fate”).

This shows that someone likely had control over Nishank’s phone, before and after his death. Incidentally, his scooty and phone were recovered next to his body.

Initial reports are that police is treating this as a ‘suicide’ for now, while awaiting the outcome of the post mortem. Nishank has two sisters, both of whom are studying as well. Nishank’s father is adamant that his son could not have committed suicide. He described him as a lively person, who was on the way to visit his sister but never arrived.

Islamists have run amok in the country and are using Nupur Sharma’s statement as an excuse to unleash violence against Hindus. There have been at least two murders over this blasphemy madness – Kanhaiyalal Teli was brutally hacked to death by two Muslim radicals, and medical professional Umesh Kolhe was murdered in Amravati.

But a score of other attacks have gone virtually unnoticed – 26-year-old Sriram was assaulted in Solapur, Bajrang Dal worker Ayush Jadam was attacked in MP’s Agar Malwa district, Ankit Jha was stabbed in Bihar, tea seller Deepak was attacked in Bihar. Apart from these physical attacks, dozens of people have been threatened, some even forced to flee their city.

The Supreme Court’s diatribe against Nupur for ‘setting the country on fire’, while absolving the Islamists who are resorting to violence has emboldened the fanatics no end. The government caving in to pressure from Islamic theocracies and condemning Nupur’s remarks, which need to be seen in the proper context, has also played a part in emboldening these elements.

(Featured Image Source: Parakram News)

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