After a house owner was brutally murdered for opposing her married tenant’s illicit affair with a Muslim man last month, this month a Chennai techie’s bike has been torched by his sister’s stalker. Dasthagir Batcha, a 30-year-old butcher in the neighborhood of Ayanavaram, Chennai claimed to be an IT professional to befriend a 24-year woman working as a software professional. Batcha is alleged to have professed his love for the girl and asked her to marry him. However, the girl severed ties with him after coming to know of the truth.
But Batcha continued to stalk and harass her saying that he loves her. So the girl’s brother Sathish Kumar, who is also a techie, filed a complaint with the Ayanavaram police. Batcha was summoned to the police station based on the complaint and let off with a warning.
Incensed by this, Batcha went to the girl’s house in an inebriated condition and torched Sathish Kumar’s Royal Enfield bike. As luck would have it, the family noticed the smoke and put it out. They also caught Batcha and handed him over to the police.
Even though most of the love jihad incidents from other parts of Bharat report how Muslim men hide their identity to trap gullible Hindu women, Tamil Nadu, touted as a model state of religious harmony, refuses to acknowledge the problem. Fortunately, the girl was wise enough to cut her ties once the lies were out in the open and it ended with only the loss of a bike instead of her life.
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