Rajasthan: In the case of the murder of tailor Kanhaiya Lal in Udaipur, the investigating agency NIA filed a charge sheet, names of 11 people, 2 Pakistanis
Rajasthan: In connection with the murder of tailor Kanhaiya Lal, both the killers, identified as Mohammad Riyaz Attari and Mohammad Ghouse, were arrested on the same day.
Rajasthan The National Investigation Agency (NIA) on Thursday filed a charge sheet against 11 people, including two Pakistani nationals, in connection with the murder of tailor Kanhaiya Lal in Udaipur. On June 28, Kanhaiya Lal was killed by two people in Udaipur, Rajasthan.
The killers of Kanhaiya Lal had also released a video. These killers said that Kanhaiya Lal, a tailor, was killed because he had shared a comment made by suspended BJP leader Nupur Sharma on the Prophet. Both the killers, identified as Mohammad Riyaz Attari and Mohammad Ghouse, were arrested on the same day.
What is in the charge sheet by NIA
In this case, the National Investigation Agency (NIA) has informed that a charge sheet has been filed against 11 persons. These include Mohd Riaz Attari, Mohd Ghaus, Mohsin Khan, Asif Hussain, Mohd Mohsin, Wasim Ali, Farhad Mohd Sheikh, Mohd Javed, Muslim Khan and two others identified as Salman and Abu Ibrahim, living in Udaipur. Both of them are in Karachi. A spokesperson for the National Investigation Agency (NIA) said that after the murder, the attackers uploaded the video of the murder on social media. After which an atmosphere of panic and terror was created among the public in the whole country.
The murder was done with a thought of revenge.
A National Investigation Agency (NIA) spokesperson said a terrorist gang linked to the case was working as a module. This gang had conspired to take revenge. The accused were radicalized and took inspiration for revenge from objectionable audio/video/messages within and outside India. The killers had pre-arranged the deadly knives/weapons. A plan was made after seeing Kanhaiya Lal’s Facebook post and his shop was murdered in broad daylight. The NIA investigation found that the murder was carefully planned and orchestrated by a man identified in Pakistan as Salman Bhai.