New Delhi: A meeting between NIA Director Dinkar Gupta and Union Home Minister Amit Shah took place on Monday at Amit Shah's office in the nation's capital, days after the Ministry of Home Affairs ordered the National Investigation Agency (NIA) to take charge of the investigation into the savage killings in Udaipur, Rajasthan, and Amravati, Maharashtra.
Two men beheaded a tailor named Kanhaiyalal Kumar on June 28 inside his shop in Udaipur, while on June 21, a chemist shop owner Umesh Kolhe was killed by several men in Amravati.
A district court in Amravati ordered Irfan Sheikh, the murderer's mastermind, and the main accused to remain in police detention until July 7. Irfan Sheikh, the accused, was taken into custody by Amravati police on Sunday in Nagpur. The six suspects have been identified as Mudassir Ahman aged 22, Shah Rukh Pathan (25); Abdul Thoufique (24); Shoaib Khan (22); Atib Rashid (22) and Yusufkan Bahadur Khan (44).