Udaipur: The central government is treating the brutal murder of a tailor in Udaipur on Tuesday as a terrorist attack. Yes, and now an investigation team has been sent for this, which includes the officials of the anti-terrorism agency NIA. According to the information received, preliminary information has revealed that the attackers may have links with ISIS. Yes, and that information was given by the authorities. In fact, the officials say that the investigation team will conduct a thorough investigation into the case and will investigate the background of the two arrested accused.
At the same time, a senior official said, "Prima facie, it seems to be a terror case and it needs to be investigated in depth which includes scanning their social media profiles." He further said "Let me tell you all that the Rajasthan government has announced the compensation. A compensation of Rs 31 lakh will be given to the family of deceased Kanhaiyalal and two members of the family will be given a job on contract.'' In fact, the local ASI, who had compromised Kanhaiyalal in the matter of postings related to Nupur Sharma, has also been suspended. Earlier in the day, the accused of committing the murder posted a video admitting to the crime and they were taken into custody by the police.
One of them identified himself as Riyaz Akhtari. On the other hand, it is also reported that Akhtari's links have met Pakistan-based Daawat-e-Islami, which also has branches in India. In fact, some members of Daawat-e-Islami were involved in several terror incidents, including the killing of Salman Taseer, governor of Pakistan's Punjab province, in 2011. At the same time, beheadings by terrorist groups, especially ISIS and al-Qaeda, are common. Yes and this trend started in the year 2014 when many foreigners were killed in a similar manner by ISIS and these videos were uploaded on social media.