The current murder of columnist/extremist Gauri Lankesh this Tuesday has overwhelmed the media, pulling in intense judgment from all edges of the nation. The senior Kannada columnist who filled in as the editorial manager of the ‘Gauri Lankesh Patrike’ was discovered lying in a pool of blood after a few aggressors shot her at point clear range at her habitation.
Joining the band of big names who voiced against the appalling demonstration as of late was none other than the commended music writer AR Rahman.
Talking on the debut of his ‘One Heart: The AR Rahman Concert Film’ in Mumbai, the arranger requested for a country which is dynamic and kind to its kin. The foundation grant winning performer who had before talked against the rising narrow mindedness in the nation was apparently disillusioned by this occurrence also.
“I’m so miserable about this. These sort of things don’t occur in India. This is not my India. I need my India to be dynamic and kind,” the music maestro communicated his worry.
The Karnataka government has declared a honor of 10 lakh rupees for considerable pieces of information that may help fathom the case. Be that as it may, many are skeptical about the examination as the examination on the comparable murder of realist researcher MM Kalburgi who was slaughtered two years back, has not yielded any solid outcome.