New Delhi: The National Intelligence Agency (NIA) has launched its probe into the murder of a tailor in Udaipur, Rajasthan. It contains important information about the perpetrators.
Nupur Sharma’s critique of the Prophet Muhammad, the Messenger of God for Muslims, caused great controversy. Thus he was expelled from the BJP. In support of him, Kannaiya Lal Deni, 40, who runs a tailor shop in Udaipur, Rajasthan, had posted a comment on social media. For this, Kannaiya was killed by Mohammad Riyaz Attari (38) and Kaus Mohammad (39) from Rajasthan at noon last Tuesday. The case has been handed over to the National Intelligence Agency (NIA). The killers have been booked under sections of the Prevention of Terrorism Act (UAPA) and the Indian Penal Code (IPC) on a complaint lodged by Kannaiya’s son.
After killing Kannaiya, they went to SK in Sabedia area of Udaipur. Have gone to the engineering industry. They sat there and videotaped the description of the murder and viralized it on the Watts app.
Riyaz, who has links with Pakistani militant groups, runs a separate WhatsApp group. The NIA is also investigating members of the group.
One of them, Mohammad Mujeeb, along with five of his colleagues were caught with 12 RTF bombs in Ratlam, Madhya Pradesh on April 15. It was reported that they had joined the ISIS militant group under the name ‘Al Suba’. Both the killers were produced in Udaipur court and later handed over to the NIA.
Meanwhile, Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gelad visited Kannaiya Lal’s house and handed over Rs 51 lakh as government relief aid. He also said that the government provides employment to two members of the family. Rajasthan govt donates Rs 1 lakh to Ezwar Singh
Rs 1.35 crore assistance
BJP leader Kapil Mishra has launched a fundraiser for the family of slain Kannaiya Lal family. Of these, 12,000 people paid Rs 1.35 crore online within 24 hours.