Nagpur: A senseless murder of a youth who had dared to fall in love with a girl of another area was condemned by his friends, relatives and the neighbors. Youth who are otherwise very busy in tuitions, studies, exams or spending time with their friends for once gathered in large numbers in front of the house of the recently murdered Clint Hale on February 1, 2016.
Attired in black T-Shirts, the youth showed mixed feelings towards the senseless murder of one of the most loving young man, loved by all whom he has ever encountered, one who was bubbling with energy, lived his life fully has been slain and will always be remembered.
His friends especially the young boys know him for the stunts that Clint had performed, the competitions that he had participated. The girls liked the way he behaved and was known to be a thorough gentleman.
While speaking to Nagpur Today, Clint Hale’s mother Bridget Hale who suffered an irreparable loss said that the world today needs love. With all the evil and the competition that is existing in the world today, the young kids need to understand that Love is the most essential component of our life. No one has any right to kill the young lives in this manner. The youth are the future Nation’s builders. They should be made to understand that love surpasses all evil and hatred.
While speaking to Nagpur Today, his very close friends who had organized this candle march including Sabby Singh, Soumen Banerjee, Gaurav Singh, Rahul Sapkal, Manpreet Singh, Nikhil Dinesh and Arti Shashtri said that the death of Clint has left a big lacuna in their lives which will never get filled. The loss is really irreparable.
They felt that the other young people of the city should know that ego causes heavy losses which can never be made up. Every youth should have a control over his emotions especially their anger. They should think twice before committing any act since there are no retakes in real life and one cannot erase what has committed. Instead of proving someone wrong, let us change ourselves.
While reminiscing about Clint, he said that he was one person who would be apt to help anyone in need. He lived life in his own terms and pursued his passion with zest.
The candle march had more than 400-500 youth (both boys and girls) along with neighbours, friends and relatives displayed very solemn behavior, maintained silence while they marched to the Chief Minister’s house. Clint’s mother Bridget Hale was in the front row. While tears flowed freely with the ladies and girls, the young men displayed a brave yet sad front.