Graffiti supporting terror groups Lashkar-e-Taiba, Taliban seen in Karnataka's Mangalore

BANGALORE: In a worrisome situation for the Karnataka government, graffiti reading “do not force us to invite Lashkar-e-Taiba, Taliban to deal with Sanghis and Manvedis”, was found at a public place in Mangalore. The graffiti was found on the wall of an apartment Circuit House of the city in support of the terrorist organisations.

The graffiti also read 'Lashkar Zindabad'.

Meanwhile, police officials gave got the wall painted and are investigating the case. The officials are scanning all the CCTVs in the locality to identify the accused.

"We have covered it now. All CCTV cameras in the locality are being checked. We are looking for all possible clues," said police.

Notably, Sanghis are referred to as people associated with Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS).

The police have registered a case against unidentified people for allegedly promoting enmity between different communities and causing damage to property.

Meanwhile, the graffiti was written on the wall amid talks that the Karnataka government is contemplating would bring a law banning cow slaughter in the state and enact a law banning religious conversions for the sake of marriage.

It may be noted that Lashkar-e-Taiba masterminded the 26/11 Mumbai terror attack in which at least 166 people, including six Jews, were killed and over 300 others were injured.