That killing had a surprising amount of US prison style flavour. Blade embedded in the victim (i.e. snapped off once stabbed) and the handle left at the scene next to the body so the killer doesn't get caught with it escaping. Whoever did this seems to know what they were doing. I doubt it was their first time?
I know this is a bait topic, but we'll ignore that, and take it on face value.
It's really difficult to sympathise with Jatts. The obvious affects of the destructive policies aimed at destroying Punjab and the millions of non-elite Jatts who just get on with life to the best of their ability, are plain to see. But you talk to them for even five minutes, and the way they view the world is just so mashed up. It's not normal. They're their own biggest enemies. They don't help themselves. Instead, they dig themselves into greater holes despite being aware of the consequences of doing so. The older I get, my tolerance levels for their nonsense is in the gutter. I'm not being salty or unnecessarily harsh. I do wish they'd "see the light" but the lens through which they understand reality is all over the place. I don't know how else to explain it.