Udupi: Violence in the name of any religion cannot be tolerated - Veronica Cornelio

Media release

Udupi, Jun 29: A tailor killed horrifically in Udaipur by two assailants for allegedly sharing a social media post in support of suspended BJP spokesperson Nupur Sharma, is an inhuman and extremely cruel act. The civil Society will not tolerate this incident, KPCC panelist Veronica Cornelio has said in a press statement.

She further said that, "Any oommunity does such violence in the name of any religion, it cannot be tolerated. The murder in Udaipur was horrific and terrible. Those who spread terror with this cruel act, should be punished immediately. People who want to spread hatred and violence are a danger to society and the country. There is no space for such brutal acts in a cultured society like India. The Congress party will never support such acts.

Religious fundamentalism makes people blind in any community and takes away the ability to think. One's fanaticism nurtures anothers."

"The culprits of this crime should get severe punishment. Our party opposes this outrageous act," she added. Veronica has urged the people to not take the law into their hands and demanded that the Rajasthan government should take stern action in all possible ways.




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  • shaji, calicut

    Thu, Jun 30 2022

    i fully agree with madam Veronica view. Killing in the name of religion by anyone should be condemned and they should be punished accordingly. I hope Madam Veronica expressed same feeling when innocents were beaten to death by sanghis in the name of cow + Ram. Govt should bring a harsh law of death sentence to anyone who kills a fellow in the name of religion. This should be applicable to everyone without referring to religion. Anyone who beats up a fellow national in the nam,e of religioin should be imprisoned for life and penalty of Rs. 5 lakhs should be levied on him. Also, SC should recommend banning of political party who supports such attackers. Any one who is forcing fellow national to pronounce some slogans should be imprisoned for at least 10 years and fined for Rs. 2 lakhs. Can we expect such law to be passed in parliament. Any politician found supporting any of above catalgories should be suspended immediately and should be banned from contesting election.

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