Pak link to savage Udaipur murder out; Tailor’s killers followed Dawat-E-Islami

Published June 29, 2022 02:39 PM IST

Pakistani suspects in the murder of Kanhaiya Lal who was beheaded by Muslim fanatics in Udaipur on Tuesday. At the trial of the two accused, it was revealed that the two belonged to the Sufi-Barelvi sect of Sunni Islam and had close links with the Da’wat-e-Islami of Karachi. Though both are self-radicalized, terrorist officials have told Hindustan Times that they are trying to find out if they have any links with other militant Sunni organizations in India, including those with links to the Muslim Brotherhood. 38-year-old Bhilwara resident Riaz Atari and 39-year-old Udaipur resident Gouz Mohammed were arrested yesterday while going to shoot another video at the Ajmer Sharif shrine. The Home Ministry is closely examining the Udaipur crime scene to find out if the accused has anything to do with the extremist Popular Front of India (PFI) movement. Watch this video for more details.

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