A Hindu lady has killed herself after confronting nuisance over her loyalty with a Muslim male in a southern Indian state of Karnataka, military say.
She told a crony on WhatsApp that she desired Muslims after being questioned over her loyalty with a man.
Police pronounced screenshots of this sell were common on amicable media.
Five people from Hindu hardline groups also visited her residence on Saturday to advise her parents, military say. The 20-year-old killed herself a same day.
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The military primarily purebred a box of suicide, though widened their review after reports about a purpose of amicable media in her genocide started to emerge on Monday.
K Annamalai, a comparison military officer Chikkamagaluru district, told a BBC that a lady had left a self-murder note.
“She has mentioned that there was a print of her with a male from another eremite community. People started commenting about it and expel aspersions on her character,” he said.
He combined that he killed herself after 5 persons went to her residence and “complained to her mom that she was in adore with a Muslim man.”
He combined that a military had arrested one person, and were acid for others.
‘A immature life lost’
BBC Hindi’s Imran Qureshi, who has seen a screenshots, pronounced her WhatsApp messages were fast common in a district.
In a messages, she is suggested not to get “involved” with a male from another faith. She replies: “But we adore Muslims.”
She adds that she doesn’t find anything wrong in being “associated” with members of any eremite community.
Mr Annamalai pronounced “whoever has criticised a woman, either on Facebook or WhatsApp, would be arrested”.
“We trust it amounts to nuisance due to that a immature life has been lost. We are holding this box severely since it wasn’t her fault,” he added.
In new years, India has witnessed Hindu-Muslim tensions over what has come to be famous as “love jihad”.
The tenure has been popularised by radical Hindu border groups, who credit Muslim group of participating in a “conspiracy to spin Hindu women from their sacrament by seducing them”.
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