The heinous murder of a tailor in Udaipur, Rajasthan, was carried out with the intention of fomenting terrorism, according to the preliminary investigation, and the two suspects’ international connections have also come to light, said Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot today, in the midst of widespread shock and outrage over the incident. The investigation has revealed that the tailor was killed with a knife, and the two suspects have been identified. According to him, a high-level conference was held today to analyse the incident, and a complaint has been made in accordance with the stringent anti-terror law UAPA. Both of these events took place today.
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“The National Inquiry Agency (NIA) is going to conduct an investigation that is more comprehensive, and the Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS) in Rajasthan is going to cooperate in every way possible. It is the responsibility of the government and the police to keep the peace and order throughout the entire state, and anyone who attempts to provoke a disturbance should be punished with stringent measures “When he tweeted, he did it in Hindi
The murder has caused tensions in Udaipur, and the chief minister has made an appeal to all parties involved to maintain the peace in response to the situation.
The murderers, Gos Mohammad and Riyaz Akhtari, entered Kanhaiya Lal’s shop in a public city market, cut Kanhaiya Lal’s throat with a cleaver, and even recorded themselves carrying out the murder. The people who attacked were taken into custody.
Kanhaiya Lal had complained about receiving death threats weeks before his horrifying murder that was caught on camera in response to a social media post in support of BJP lawmaker Nupur Sharma. The post was in support of Nupur Sharma, whose remarks regarding the Prophet Muhammad had sparked demonstrations in India as well as condemnation from Gulf nations.
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Kanhaiya Lal’s family on the incident-
According to Kanhaiya Lal’s wife, the threats prohibited her husband from shopping at this particular establishment so that he could protect his two sons. Yesterday, after being away for a week, he went back to his shop.
According to authorities within the administration, the investigation into the murder has been classified as a possible act of terrorism. Large gatherings have been made illegal, and the internet will be cut off for the entire day in Rajasthan. According to a recent announcement made by the ministry of the Union, the National Investigation Agency (NIA) has been given permission to take over the investigation into the matter.