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Madhya Pradesh: Congress supporter, close to state minister kills 60-year old man for voting in favour of BJP

BJP voters and Karyakartas have been attacked throughout the election season for their voting preferences and political inclinations.

A Congress supporter from Madhya Pradesh believed to be close to a state minister, killed a 60-year old man after accusing him of voting for the BJP.

According to the Police, Arun Sharma, the accused, also hurled casteist slurs at the victim and accused his entire community of voting for the BJP.

Arun Sharma, on Sunday, picked an argument with salon owner Nemichand Tanwar accusing him of voting for the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) soon after he had cast his vote at the polling booth in Palia village in Hatod area around 2 p.m. Later, Sharma visited Tanwar’s house and murdered Tanwar in front of his son with a country-made pistol.

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Tanwar, who was critically injured, was rushed to the hospital where he was declared upon arrival, Indore SSP Ruchivardhan Mishra said.

BJP voters and Karyakartas have been attacked throughout the election season for their voting preferences and political inclinations. Most violence was seen in West Bengal where violence was rampant and Hindus were even prevented from exercising their constitutional right.

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