"communal fundamentalists NEW DELHI: Union Minister of State for External Affairs E Ahamed on Sunday held discussions with the Home Ministry officials on the situation arising out of the communal clashes in Mangalore and also met Karnataka Governor T N Chaturvedi. The Minister said the Governor had decided to cut short his stay in the capital and return to the State in view of the tense situation arising out of the violence in Mangalore which has so far claimed two lives and injuries more than 70 others. Meanwhile, according to information reaching here one person hailing from Dubai, who was planning to return after the expiry of his visa, was allegedly waylaid by Bajrang Dal activists and stabbed to death. In Bangalore, Home Minister M P Prakash on saturday had said the state government suspected the hand of "communal fundamentalists" in the violence that also left more than people injured and brought life in Mangalore district to a standstill for two days. Prakash had inferred that the banned Students Islamic Movement of India, VHP, Rama Sena and Hindu Jagran could be involved in fomenting the communal trouble. Chief Minister H D Kumaraswamy said the home department is ascertaining whether SIMI activists had any role in the violence, which erupted after Bajrang Dal activists stopped a vehicle carrying cattle to a slaughter house on Wednesday.