Team PGurus have been informing and alerting the esteemed readers about how the Marxist-Methran(Church)-Mullah (M3) axis got Kerala converted into Devil’s Own Paradise and how the State has become a graveyard for Hindus. The Marxist government led by Pinarayi Vijayan with the tacit support of the Muslim fundamentalists and the Methrans of the Christian community have made Kerala an existential challenge for Hindus. The religious demography of Kerala has helped the Marxists in the annihilation of Hindus because the Muslims and Christians constitute nearly 50 percent of the population.
Even before the completion of an autopsy on the body of Paresh Mesta, the Karnataka Home Minister Ramalinga Reddy said the youth died a natural death
While Kerala has become unsafe for Hindus, could Karnataka lag behind? Karnataka government, ruled by the Congress under the “able” leadership of Siddaramaiah, has ensured that Hindu activists are selectively massacred. The last three months saw three activists of the Sangh Parivar getting murdered with the help offered allegedly by the government agencies.
The last death to be reported from the State is that of Paresh Mesta, a 21-year-old Dalit youth who was tortured to death by allegedly the professional killers of the Popular Front of India (PFI) and the Socialist Democratic Party of India (SDPI) on December 6. 
Mesta hailing from Honnavar in Karwar doistrict was murdered because he was bold enough to take part in a demonstration organised by the BJP and other Sangh Parivar units to protest the murders of Rudresh of Bangalore and Sarath Madiwala of Mangalore. The police force under Siddaramaiah claims that both Rudresh and Madiwala committed suicide because of personal reasons.
Even before the completion of an autopsy on the body of Paresh Mesta, the Karnataka Home Minister Ramalinga Reddy said the youth died a natural death. “The BJP claims that Paresh Mesta was tortured and killed despite the doctor who conducted the autopsy on the body refuting the claims. BJP is spreading false rumors and is politicising the issue for electoral gains,” Reddy has been quoted as saying by all national newspapers.
Shobha Karandlaje MP who called on the Governor of Karnataka Vajubhai R Vala demanding a probe by the National Investigating Agency into the death of Paresh Mesta said that the police was trying to destroy all evidence. “Their brief is to project it as suicide and only a probe by the NIA would bring out the truth,” said Karandlaje who does not raise any issues unless she herself is convinced of the facts. She also declared that Mesta was murdered by the Jihadis. “Chief Minister Siddaramiah knows it very well. He is trying to save the murderers,” she said. 
Union Minister Anant Kumar pointed out that the last one year saw 20 Hindus getting murdered in the State of Karnataka. The Police claim that the dead body of Mesta was fished out from a lake in Honnavar on December 8. But the locals are telling that he was murdered and dumped into the lake on December 6. “The police had recovered the body on December 6 itself. But the chief minister who was touring the area on that day had told the police to announce the death only after he left the place,” said one of the residents in Honnavar. 
The last couple of days’ agitation held by Hindu activists has made the Karnataka government hand over the investigation to the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI). Siddaramaiah government’s track record in meting out justice to the families of victims who were murdered by people close to the Chief Minister is poor. The last three years saw even police officers who earned the ire of Karnataka ministers getting bumped off. The murder of Ganapathy, a deputy superintendent of police is the latest example of how Siddaramaiah’s friends handle police and civilian officials who refuse to toe their lines and diktats. 
The sad truth is that KJ George, the minister continues to be a minister in the Siddaramaiah cabinet despite the CBI booking the former as one of the accused. The grapevine in Bangalore is that Siddaramaiah’s skin is much thicker than that of the rhinos in Sunderban Gardens.
The last four years have seen Karnataka emerging as a haven for the Islamic terrorists. The Police have failed to arrest the murderers of MM Kalburgi, the self-styled rationalist, and atheist. Though he was murdered in August 2015, the Karnataka Police have failed to make any headway in the investigation. The Lefts and the Congress keep on blaming the Sangh Parivar for the murder of Kalburgi.
Gauri Lankesh, a journalist who had her own publication by name Gauri Lankesh Patrike (readership 1000 copies) was murdered on September 5, 2017, at Bangalore. On October 3, the Karnataka government claimed that her murderers have been identified. But even after two months of the announcement by Home Minister Ramalinga Reddy, the Police is still groping in the dark.
Reddy stated on November 11 that the investigation is almost complete. The Bangalore Police arrested Ravi Belagere last week on charges of employing hired killers for bumping off one of his former associates. It is being rumored that the Police may force Belagere to accept that he was the one who ordered the killing of Gauri Lankesh. This is how typical Congress governments work, whether it be at the Centre or in States.
 Karnataka youth’s mutilated body found after a week, top cop calls it a ‘normal death’ – Dec 11, 2017, IndiaToday
 So Who Killed Paresh Mesta? – Dec 11, 2017, Swarajyamag.com
 ISIS brutality followed to murder Paresh Mesta… – Dec 11, 2017, Postcard.news
 DSP Ganapathy suicide case: Karnataka Minister, 2 senior police officers booked by CBI – Oct 26, 2017, IndiaToday
 Gauri Lankesh murder probe nearing completion: Karnataka Minister – Nov 11, 2017, The Hindu
 Bengaluru journalist Ravi Belagere arrested by CCB for paying ‘supari’ to kill former employee – Dec 8, 2017, New Indian Express
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