Shall we call Hitesh Mulchandani’s brutal murder an ‘Allah-o-Akbar’ lynching to get elites to pay attention?

Young Hitesh Mulchandani (24) was abducted & brutally killed in the wee hours of Tuesday in Pimpri, Pune after he got involved in an altercation over a man who was urinating right outside his friend’s bar. The urinating man’s name – Amin Feroz Khan. His four accomplices who have been booked in this case are  –  Shahbaz Seraj Qureshi, Arbaz Shaikh, Akshay Sanjay Bhosale, and Yogesh Vitthal Tompe alias Langda.

So once again we have a case where a Muslim man reacts violently when merely asked to observe socially acceptable behaviour. Whether it an elderly father asking the Muslim man not to make inappropriate comments and gestures at his daughter, or a father asking the Muslim man to not drive dangerously in the lane where he is playing cricket with his minor son, or a shopkeeper who asks the Muslim man to pay after consuming lassi, or you mistakenly brush against a Muslim man while dancing at a restobar, or a family ends up paying with their life after a minor argument with their Muslim neighbour – the end result is the same; all the hate and anger bubbling inside the Muslim man, who probably has been bred on a steady diet of how his people are forced to live among ‘idol-worshipping’ kafirs denying them the due that Allah has promised, comes bursting out.

And even if there is a moment of guilt after committing the gory crime, the community quickly closes ranks – various versions of the crime start doing the rounds that are more sympathetic to the accused, the focus shifts to how the other party is trying to ‘communalize’ the issue, how the police & media are stereotyping the entire community for the alleged crime by one individual…..of course, our left-liberal elites are ever-eager to lend a helping hand in this endeavour to build a victimhood narrative where the original kafir victim is quickly forgotten.

So it is with Hitesh Mulchandani – he was at the Kunal Bar and Restaurant owned by his friend Rohit Sukheja, when Amin Khan turned up at 2 AM to buy alcohol. Khan then went out to urinate in front of the bar. When Sukheja and a few others tried to stop him, an altercation broke out.

The five accused verbally abused a man named Sahil Lalwani and broke a beer bottle on the head of another person identified as Kailas Patil. As the fight turned violent, the five shoved Mulchandani into a white car and drove away.

Here is the CCTV footage showing Hitesh being abducted –

While initial media reports suggested that Hitesh was burnt and his charred body was recovered by police, his sister has told OpIndia that he was not burnt but brutally murdered. Of course, mainstream media houses have not descended in droves to dig into this case, visit family, police etc to bring out the exact facts – after all this is not some dead cattle smuggler whose death can be raked up to bolster the ‘Muslims being mob lynched’ narrative.

Police have arrested two of the accused – Akshay Sanjay Bhosale (25), a resident of Old Sangvi, and Yogesh Vitthal Tompe alias Langda (30), a resident of Pimple Gurav. Police said both have past criminal records. However, key accused Amin Firoz Khan and 2 others are still absconding.

The incident has sparked some unrest in the Pimpri-Chinchwad area, particularly among the Sindhi community and traders, who kept their operations closed on Wednesday and staged protests on Thursday to condemn the murder.

Locals, especially those from the Sindhi community, protest the brutal murder of Hitesh Mulchandani

Here is a video of the deceased’s sister appealing for public support to get justice for her brother –

But given the generally apathy of Hindus at large, and especially our elites, one wonders how long such localized protests can sustain. After all, why is only the Sindhi community involved in these protests? When will Hindu samaj wake up to the reality that while Muslims are being radicalized and mobilized in the name of fake ‘Jai Sri Ram’ lynchings that unfortunately elicit instant response from the highest levels of our police & Government, we are being targeted in a systematic manner by ‘Allah-o-Akbar’ lynchings that need to evoke a unified response from Hindus across the country if we are to survive.


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