RSS leader hacked to death in central Bengaluru

RSS leader hacked to death in central Bengaluru

Bengaluru: Two assailants hacked an RSS leader to death near BEO Office in Kamraj Road near Commercial Street, Bengaluru on Sunday noon. The deceased is R Rudresh, a resident of Milkman Street in Shivajinagar. He is a BJP and RSS worker.

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On Sunday morning he went to attend a Route March organised by the RSS. The march started around 9 am and concluded at 11 am.

Rudresh along with his friends and fellow RSS member Jayaram and Kumar were having tea when two persons came on a bike and hit Rudresh with a machete on the neck and fled the spot.

He was rushed to a nearby Bowring Hospital and was declared brought dead. A case is registered in the Commercial Street police station.

The RSS workers gathered at the commercial Street police station and staged a protest demanding the arrest of the assailants. A senior police officer said that the preliminary investigation revealed that it is a case of personal enmity.

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