BJP Denies Links To Udaipur Killers After Congress Flags Pics, Report

BJP refuses to link to Udaipur murderer after Congress flags photos, reports

Saturday’s BJP vehemently denied ties to one of the murderers who killed a tailor in Udaipur, Rajasthan, after Congress used media coverage and social media posts to establish a relationship.

At a press conference, Sadiq Khan, head of the BJP’s minority in the state, said at a press conference, “We have nothing to do with either defendant,” and the killing was a failure of the Rajastan parliamentary government. Repeatedly.

Parliament claims that it was the “BJP members” who were mainly accused of the brutal killing of the tailor in Udaipur, and the center forwarded the case to the National Investigation Agency (NIA) on the carpet.

Parliamentary senior leader Pawan Khera quoted the media group’s “very sensational disclosure” in connection with the Udaipur case, which pointed to a BJP link with Riyaz Attari (also known as Riaz Akhtari).

“Riyaz Attari, the murderer of Kanhaiya Lal, is a member of the BJP,” Khera said in a tweet, joining other parliamentary leaders who posted similar claims.