'Kanhaiya's killer was recommended by BJP leaders', CM Ashok Gehlot targeted BJP

Publish Date: 12 Jul, 2022 |
 

Tailor Kanhaiyalal was brutally murdered in Udaipur on June 28. However, the accused Riyaz and Ghaus Mohammad were caught by the police. Meanwhile, Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot has raised serious allegations against BJP, raising an old issue. 

CM Gehlot attacks BJP

Ashok Gehlot on Monday took a jibe at the leaders of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) over the Udaipur massacre. He said the BJP should clarify its relationship with the accused in the murder of tailor Kanhaiyalal. Gehlot said that the BJP should clarify its stand on these allegations. Referring to media reports of alleged links of the main accused in the murder case with BJP leaders, Gehlot told reporters here, "Who is the main accused in the murder case?" Everyone knows in what form and at what level he has had relations with the BJP.

He said that even before the police action against the accused, BJP leaders called in the police station that he was their worker, so he should not be harassed. Without naming anyone, Gehlot said that BJP leaders should give their reply on these allegations and clarify the situation.

Kanhaiyalal murdered on June 28

on June 28, Kanhaiyalal was brutally murdered by two people in his shop in Udaipur over a controversial post on social media. The accused Riyaz Akhtari and Ghaus Mohammad were apprehended a few hours after the incident. A total of seven people have been arrested so far in this case and at present all the seven accused are in the custody of National Investigation Agency (NIA). Photos of the main accused Riyaz Akhtari with some BJP leaders including Leader of Opposition Gulab Chand Kataria had surfaced on social media, after which the Congress alleged that the accused was a BJP worker. The BJP has denied this allegation.

 

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