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Udayapur assassination: Rajasthan chief minister Ashok Gehlot was seen talking to his family members and Congress leaders on Tuesday to the family members of Tyler Kanhaiya Lal, who was brutally murdered in Udaipur on Tuesday.

Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot visited the home of Tyler Kanhaiya Lal, who was brutally murdered in Udaipur on Thursday, PTI reported. Gehlot was accompanied by State Revenue Minister Ramalal Jat, Director General of Police (DGP) ML Lathar, Rajasthan Congress chief Govind Singh Dotasara and other leaders.

In a video shared by news agency ANI, Gehlot is seen talking with his Cabinet colleagues and Congress leaders in a social media post supporting former BJP spokesperson Nupur Sharma talking to family members of Lal who was murdered by two Muslim men.

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“The incident in Udaipur has shook the entire country. The murder was a heinous crime. We quickly landed and arrested the accused and handed over the case to the Special Operations Group and the Counterterrorism Squad. We find that the assassination is related to an international organization. This is a terrorist act, ”Gehlot told the news agency ANI the previous day.

On Wednesday, Gehlot called an all-party meeting in the wake of Kanhaiya Lal’s horrific assassination, condemning the assassination and asserting that there is no room for such acts in civil society. Rajasthan government has announced financial aid 50 lakh to the family of the deceased

Kanhaiya Lal’s assailants Riyaz Atari and Ghaus Mohammed were arrested in Rajsamand, after going to shoot another video at the Ajmer Sharif shrine after killing Tyler.

The National Investigation Agency (NIA) is already investigating the murder of Kanhaiya Lal. Investigation has revealed the connection of two assassins with Pakistan-based Sunni Islamist organization Da’wat-e-Islami, which has links with Pakistan’s Barelvi pan-Islamic Tehri-e-Lubbaik militant organization.


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