Pakistan-based Dawat-e-Islami, which is under the scanner in the brutal Udaipur killing case, collected Rs 20 lakh in donations from some border villages and towns of Rajasthan in just about a month this year, sources in the security establishment said on Thursday. Also, an instance of a politician from the desert state allegedly donating about Rs 2 lakh to the organisation is under the radar of agencies probing the case. (PTI)
Udaipur beheading: Accused Riyaz Akhtari and Ghouse Mohammad sent to judicial custody till 13th July.
Rajasthan | Whole country was shaken by what happened in Udaipur. This is a henious crime, with no forgiveness. Police did good work, nabbed them quickly. It's a matter of terror. NIA was called. Everyone is enraged. We're appealing for peace to be maintained: CM Ashok Gehlot (ANI)
Prime accused presented at Udaipur district session court
#WATCH | Prime accused in the #Udaipur beheading case presented at the Udaipur district session court in #Rajasthan… https://t.co/kMKcbWclEI— TOI Jaipur (@TOIJaipurNews) 1656593320000
Udaipur, Rajasthan | We want the accused to be hanged. No lawyer would represent them. Their act is not normal, is an act of terrorism. They are trying to spread terror not just in society but to PM himself: Girija Shankar Mehta, President Bar Association (ANI)
Internet services to remain suspended for another 24 hours
Delhi | State's been charred with huge communal riots but govt has refused to accept it. Mafias are out of control. State's now rape capital, gang wars happen openly. Criminals strength has risen... This was bound to happen: Union Min Gajendra Singh Shekhawat on Udaipur incident (ANI)
Six to 10-member NIA team is investigating the case under the supervision of an Inspector General and a Deputy Inspector General ranks officers: NIA
Riyaz Akhtari and Ghouse Mohammad, the accused in the brutal murder of a tailor (in Udaipur, Rajasthan), will be presented in a special NIA court in Jaipur by 5 pm today or tomorrow. They will be questioned in Rajasthan and not be brought to Delhi: NIA
Some media reports about the links of the two accused with some terrorist outfit is based on speculation: NIA
Shops remained shut on the second day of curfew in Udaipur.
We have demanded security. My father was not provided security but we should be provided. We have been assured of the same. The culprits should not be given anything less than a death sentence: Yash, son of Kanhaiya Lal (ANI)
I have spoken with the CM. He has provided us financial help too. He has also assured me of a government job. He is cooperating with us, and we are ready to cooperate too: Yash, son of Kanhaiya Lal who was beheaded on June 28 by two men in Udaipur(ANI)
Video | A large number of people protest against murder of Kanhaiya Lal in Udaipur
#WATCH | A large number of people protest against murder of #KanhaiyaLal in #Udaipur #Kanhaiya, a tailor was behea… https://t.co/VrcAxeBLXH— TOI Jaipur (@TOIJaipurNews) 1656579944000
The murder incident triggered stray cases of violence in Udaipur and curfew was clamped in seven police station areas of the city.
NIA should probe Udaipur murder case in time-bound manner, trial should be conducted in fast track court, says Rajasthan CM Ashok Gehlot
Kanhaiya was hacked to death by two Muslim men who entered his shop in the city's Dhan Mandi area posing as customers. As the tailor took the measurements of one of them -- who later identified himself as Riaz - attacked him with a cleaver. The other man shot the brutal murder with his mobile phone.
Video | Rajasthan CM Ashok Gehlot meets the family members of Kanhaiya Lal, who was killed by two men on June 28 in Udaipur
#WATCH | #Rajasthan CM Ashok Gehlot meets the family members of #KanhaiyaLal, who was killed by two men on June 28… https://t.co/UKjGIv74QJ— TOI Jaipur (@TOIJaipurNews) 1656577925000
The murder of Kanhaiya Lal has shaken the entire nation, says Rajasthan CM Ashok Gehlot
Cops acted quickly and arrested the accused, claims Rajasthan CM Ashok Gehlot
Mobile internet services also remained suspended.