'Killers can't be true models of community,' said this famous Muslim cricketer
'Killers can't be true models of community,' said this famous Muslim cricketer

After the brutal killing of Kanhaiyalal in Udaipur, there is an uproar all over the country and Hindus have taken to the streets and are shouting slogans. Now, from a common man to many celebrities have also given their reactions on social media against this incident and now a name has been included in the same list of former cricketer Mohammad Kaif. Yes, he tweeted, "Killers cannot be representatives of any community.'' At the same time, he wrote, "I firmly believe that there can be no cleansing of murders. Murderers can never be the true representatives of a community. The brutal murder in Udaipur is a matter of shame for this civilised society.''

Let us tell you all that in Udaipur, Rajasthan, a tailor, Kanhaiya Lal, was murdered by two youths who entered his shop. Yes, and the accused have been identified as Riyaz and Gos Mohammad. Both of them have been arrested. Let us tell you that Riyaz and Gos killed Kanhaiyalal because their son supported the statement of suspended BJP spokesperson Nupur Sharma on social media. On the other hand, the NIA, which is investigating the case, is probing the role of local self-radical groups and other strings related to the two main accused.

In fact, the agency is waiting for the custody of Riyaz and Gos Mohammed to start questioning them in the case registered against them under the Unlawful Activities Prevention Act (UAPA) and the Indian Penal Code. Let us also tell you that a Rajasthan Police officer said, "The police team caught both the accused in Rajsamand. Both the accused were on a bike. They were detained from the Bhim area of Rajsamand during the blockade. The accused were trying to escape away from Udaipur.''

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