Were the Muslim clerics waiting for Kanhaiyalal's murder?

Udaipur: Uproar is being witnessed in Udaipur, Rajasthan, following the brutal killing of a Hindu tailor Kanhaiyalal by jihadis. After this incident, the political rhetoric also intensified. Meanwhile, Ajmer Dargah Diwan Zainul Abedin Ali Khan has also tried to make a mockery of the gruesome incident. He condemned the incident and said that the Muslims of India will never allow the Taliban mentality to come into the country.

Let us tell you that, for the past several days, when slogans of 'Sar Tan Se Judaa' were being raised on the streets, none of them was coming forward to convince the violent mob, on the contrary, after the Jumei prayers, people were being provoked to take to the streets. Today, when a Hindu has been brutally murdered just over a WhatsApp status, there have been attempts to prove the innocence of the entire mob, which was creating havoc on the streets to behead. If these religious leaders really don't want the Taliban mentality to enter the country, why didn't they oppose it in Karnataka when the effigy of Nupur Sharma was hanged? When Nupur was being threatened with rape and murder, they would have said that the work would be done according to the law. On the same day, when the crowd was shouting these slogans on the streets, it was decided that one day, this mob would go out of control and kill someone or the other and the same thing happened.  If the fundamentalists had been stopped at the same time, perhaps Kanhaiyalal would have been alive. Is there no justification for these tongue-in-cheek ointments?

On Tuesday, two jihadists killed Hindu tailor Kanhaiyalal by slitting his throat in Udaipur. Posted a video after the incident and said they were taking revenge for the insult to Islam. So much so was Kanhaiyalal's fault that his 8-year-old son had posted a post on social media in support of Nupur Sharma. Enraged by this, the jihadis brutally murdered his father.   

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