The problem is the growing fundamentalism in one part of society: Tejasvi Surya after the murder of a BJYM worker

A day after a BJP youth wing worker was killed in Karnataka, BJYM national chairman Tejasvi Surya said on Wednesday that it was not just a public order issue and that there was growing religious fundamentalism in one part of society.

He called the resignation of a few Bharatiya Janta Party Yuva Morcha (Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha) “unnatural” caught in anger and anguish. “After I spoke to them, they withdrew their resignation,” Surya said.

Zilla BJP Yuva Morcha committee member Praveen Nettar was stabbed to death outside his broiler shop in Bellare by three people on bicycles on Tuesday evening, sparking tension in Dakshin Kannada district.

“It is a deep emotional bond that we share. We feel a deep personal loss when one of our own is brutally killed. Nothing but this deep anguish and pain will or can express the reason for the discontent. and submitting their resignations,” Surya said.

He added that the real problem was not the resignation of BJYM workers but the rise of fundamentalism in part of society.

“The problem is the growing fundamentalism in part of Indian society. It is not just a law and order problem. This problem of fundamentalism and growing religious fundamentalism is a serious cause for concern.

“As long as we treat these issues as a public order issue or a political issue, we will not be able to resolve this,” Surya said.

The BJYM national chairman said that he, together with all the state officials of the BJP youth wing, will raise funds for the family of the deceased family worker on Friday.

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