Udaipur Murder Accused In Touch With People In Pakistan, But Won

Udaipur murderers can be self-radical at foreign links: NIA Source

In the brutal killing of tailor Kanhaiya LalTeli in Udaipur, the National Investigation Agency (NIA) is investigating the possible involvement of “local self-intensified gangsters” with international ties. I suspect that there may be more roles besides the two men arrested.

“We have taken over the case, but the two defendants have not yet been detained,” a senior officer who did not want to be named told Bibarud the day after NIA took over from Rajasthan police. “Only after gaining their custody can we know their connections locally or internationally,” the officer added.

He said the arrested men, Riyaz Akhtari and Ghouse Mohammad, were taken to Jaipur, where they would appear in a special NIA court. “They will be asked in Rajasthan, not in Delhi so far,” he added.

“The two accused became members of Dawat-e-Islami via the app,” he said, referring to a religious group headquartered in Karachi, Pakistan, which also has a branch in India. .. Founded by Maurana Ilyas Attari in 1981, Dawat-e-Islami is associated with violence on the issue of blasphemy, but is also known for its philanthropic activities. Related ones use the suffix “Attari” in the name.

“One of the arrested men contacted some people in Pakistan, but it’s too early to come to a conclusion,” NIA sources added, adding that NIA does not speculate on the involvement of terrorist organizations. I did.