Kanhaiyalal murder case: There was a plan to 'kill' every supporter of Nupur, 40 fanatics were ready
Kanhaiyalal murder case: There was a plan to 'kill' every supporter of Nupur, 40 fanatics were ready

New Delhi: The case of Taylor Kanhaiyalal, who was brutally murdered in Udaipur, has been a big hit. Now the investigating agencies have said that the target of the terrorists was not only Kanhaiyalal of Udaipur but all those people who had put up posts in support of Nupur Sharma. 40 people from Rajasthan were prepared for this by the Pakistani outfit Daawat-e-Islami and terrorists. These people were prepared to behead those who supported Nupur. This revelation has come to light in the preliminary investigations of NIA and ATS.

The plan was to behead every supporter of Nupur:-

According to the revelations, after May 25, the task was given to people from 6 districts associated with the Pakistani outfit Daawat-e-Islami to teach a lesson to those who supported Nupur Sharma's statement. Investigations have revealed that all of them had been associated with this organization for a year. In fact, the whole case is related to the Kanhaiyalal murder case of Udaipur. Let us know that Kanhaiya, who had posted a post on social media in support of Nupur Sharma last month, was killed by radicals Riyaz Attari and Gos Mohammad by slitting his throat. Now, this new revelation has been made from the verification of 20 mobile numbers of 10 people from Pakistan found in the call details of Riyaz Attari and Gos Mohammad. These common people were prepared by the terror outfit through audio and video calls to behead them through social media apps like WhatsApp. The task was given to those who were prepared to carry out the terrorist acts to make a video of it by beheading it in a Talibani manner and make it viral.


Poisonous religious books are being sold in Ajmer:-

Investigations by the NIA and ATS have revealed that the Pakistani outfit Daawat-e-Islami had opened a shop in Ajmer to sell religious books with jihadi views. He used to give Rs 350 to a bookseller every day. Riyaz and Gos used to distribute books from here to the general public. The agencies are also investigating it. At the same time, the special NIA court has sent Farhad Mohammad Sheikh alias Babla, the seventh accused in the Udaipur terror attack, including the main accused Gos Mohammed and Riyaz Attari, to police remand till July 16.   

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