Special homage to Vishal at Bharat mata Mandir,Bangalore.

· Date:July 26, 2012

          A commemorative program  in memory of Vishal, the slain ABVP leader has been organized in Bangalore by former co-workers.
Vishal was a victim of ruthless campus politics. A human, a son, a student who wanted to soar high like Swami Vivekananda
and Bhagat Singh, towards the cause of the nation will be remembered amidst the deepest and profound thoughts. For this
noble person, a special prayer has been organized, which will lead his soul to the loftiest levels of liberation. The
commemorative event will be organized on 28 July, Saturday at 4.00 pm at Bharat Mata Ashram.Vishal was brutally murdered
by members of Campus Front. He was hacked to death, while attending a function in Chengannur Christian College, right
in front of the entrance. Campus Front is a Jihadi associated organization and has links with the outlawed outfit, SIMI.

Venue Address:

Sri Bharat mata Mandir
Kithaganur Road, Krishnarajapuram
Bangalore 560036

Landmark- via and near Gardencity College.

Contact:9448275935, 080-25610935

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  1. Sunil Rajendran Reply

    July 26, 2012 at 10:12 am

    Tributes to Vishal
    Please correct the wordings..its not ‘last victim’…it should be ‘latest victim’

  2. Gita Reply

    July 26, 2012 at 8:50 pm

    Last and Lastest
    Let us hope that Sri Vishal is the last victim not the latest victim.

    The Hindu society must be able to prevent such happenings in future.

    Jai Bhavani !
    Jai Hinduism !

  3. Omindian Reply

    July 26, 2012 at 11:37 pm

    Last Opportunity
    Hindus in Kerala are passing thru’one of their last historic opportunities to unite and survive. Vishal’s cold blooded murder by the Jihadis highlights this more than anything else. May his soul rest in eternal peace and be one with Brahman.

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