Zoom News : Jul 02, 2022, 05:36 PM
The four accused arrested in the Kanhaiyalal murder case in Udaipur district of Rajasthan have been sent to 10-day NIA remand by the National Investigation Agency court. During the appearance of the accused in the court, angry people attacked the accused. In the presence of police and commandos, people slapped shoes, slippers and thrashed them with bribes.The video of the beating of the accused has also surfaced. It can be clearly seen in this video that when he was being boarded in police vehicles, then people behind him are beating him amidst the security of the police. While holding the neck of one of the accused, he is also seen slapping him from behind. During this, one by one the police put those four accused in the car. At the same time, there was a lot of resentment among the lawyers in protest against the Udaipur incident. Along with sloganeering by the lawyers in the court premises, there was a demand to hang the accused.A team of NIA and Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS) produced four accused in the brutal murder of tailor Kanhaiyalal in Udaipur in the NIA Court in Jaipur on Saturday amid tight security. Before presenting them in the court, the police team reached the office of Special Operation Group (SOG) of ATS with the accused.It is noteworthy that after the murder of Kanhaiyalal on June 28, the state government had started the investigation by forming a special research team (SIT), but later the investigation of the case was handed over to the NIA due to the links of the accused with other countries as well. has been given.Riyaz Akhtari and Ghaus Mohammad, the prime accused in the murder, had allegedly beheaded tailor Kanhaiya Lal at his shop on June 28 for supporting suspended BJP spokesperson Nupur Sharma. After this brutal murder, these accused had posted a video on social media saying that they are taking revenge for the insult of Islam. In the video, the accused had also threatened Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Both the accused were arrested within a few hours of the incident.