"We need to defeat hatred together": Rahul Gandhi after Udaipur murder

"We need to defeat hatred together": Rahul Gandhi after Udaipur murder

Parliamentary Rahul Gandhi has sought calm today after a horrific murder of a tailor put Udaipur in Rajasthan on the edge. Two men were arrested for a crime this afternoon in a parliamentary state. Sources said the government was treating the issue as a terrorist attack.

This afternoon, two men entered a Kanhaiyaral store in a crowded market in Udaipur and attacked him with a kitchen knife. He was stabbed many times and his throat broke.

Police said the murder was related to a line of social media posts on the Prophet Mohammed issue.

Kanhaiya Lal appears to have expressed support for social media for former BJP spokesman Nupur Sharma, who has caused a great deal of controversy at home and abroad with provocative comments on the Prophet Mohammed.

“I am deeply shocked by the vicious murder in Udaipur. No atrocities are allowed in the name of religion. Those who spread fear because of this cruelty should be punished immediately. We all have to defeat hatred together. I appeal to all, please keep peace and brotherhood “read a rough translation of Mr. Gandhi’s Hindi tweet.