Tourists attacked by right-wing activists in Madikeri – The New Indian Express

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By Express press service

MADIKERI: Two tourists were allegedly attacked by a group of right-wing activists at Kodagu near Mandalpatti in Madikeri on Tuesday afternoon. The victims, Saman Sajid and Shamseer, were part of a group of five, the others being Nanda Kishan and two girls.

The young people had asked permission at home and were on vacation in the neighborhood. As they were returning from the tourist spot to their car parked in Mandalpatti, they were stopped by a group of five young people.

The five objected to the presence of a Hindu girl with two Muslim boys. Other militants joined in and allegedly assaulted Saman and Shamseer. Activists also shared photos of the two girls on social media.

MADIKERI: Two tourists were allegedly attacked by a group of right-wing activists at Kodagu near Mandalpatti in Madikeri on Tuesday afternoon. The victims, Saman Sajid and Shamseer, were part of a group of five, the others being Nanda Kishan and two girls. The young people had asked permission at home and were on vacation in the neighborhood. As they were returning from the tourist spot to their car parked in Mandalpatti, they were stopped by a group of five young people. The five objected to the presence of a Hindu girl with two Muslim boys. Other militants joined in and allegedly assaulted Saman and Shamseer. Activists also shared photos of the two girls on social media.

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