Islamic apologists still insist that Muslims are in danger in India, when the reality is obvious: jihadis are acting with complete impunity.
Madhya Pradesh Police discovered the corpse of a college student, identified as Nishant, on the railway tracks near Obaidullaganj town in Raisen district on Sunday evening, July 24. The victim’s father had received a WhatsApp message from his son’s mobile saying, “your son was brave.”
The message further read, “Gustakh-e-Nabi ki ek saza, sar tan sey zuda [Beheading is the only punishment for those who insult Prophet Muhammad].”
Uma Shankar Rathore, the father of the victim, received the message at 5.44 pm on Sunday evening, a resident of Narmadapuram district. After reading it, he tried tracing his son, Nishant Rathore, a third year student at Oriental College in Bhopal.
MISSING SON FOUND DEAD ON RAILWAY TRACKS
But Nishant was missing from his room. His daughter told Uma Shankar that Nishant had gone to meet his elder sister. Later in the evening, Nishant’s body was found on the railway tracks in Obaidullaganj in Madhya Pradesh’s Raisen district.
Nishant’s post mortem was conducted at AIIMS Bhopal on Monday afternoon, and according to the Inspector General of Police (IG), Narmadapuram range, Deepika Suri, the cause of death was impact from a moving train.
“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. ..... mortem has revealed that he died because of coming before a moving train,” said IG Suri while talking to India Today TV.