2 Jul 2022

BJP Denies Links To Udaipur Assassins After Congress Flag Pictures, Report

The BJP on Saturday has strongly denied contact with one of the killers in the horrific murder of a tailor in Udaipur, Rajasthan, after Congress entered media reports and social media posts to link.
"We have no relationship with the two suspects," Sadiq Khan, a senior member of the BJP sub-division in the province, told a media briefing that the killings were a failure of the Congress government in Rajasthan.

Congress has accused one of the main suspects in the brutal murder of a tailor in Udaipur of being "a member of the BJP" and asked whether the agency had immediately referred the case to the National Investigation Agency (NIA) for a state prosecution. umata.

Congress leader Pawan Khera has cited a "sad disclosure" of the media group over the Udaipur incident citing BJP's links to Riyaz Attari, also known as Riaz Akhtari.

"Kanhaiya Lal's assassin, Riyaz Attari is a member of the BJP," Mr Khera tweeted, joining other Congress leaders who had filed similar allegations.

The allegations have disappointed BJP IT cell manager Amit Malviya who dismissed them as "false stories".

"I'm not surprised you are selling #FakeNews. Udaipur assassins are NOT members of the BJP. Their attempt to enter was similar to the LTTE assassination attempt to enter Congress to assassinate Rajiv Gandhi," he wrote on Twitter.

Fashion designer Kanhaiya Lal was killed Tuesday afternoon by two thugs, who posted a shocking video on a criminal website claiming he was guilty of murder, accusing him of insulting the Prophet Mohammed on social media.

The two suspects, Riaz Akhtari and Gos Mohammad, were remanded in custody for 14 days.

At a press conference, Mr Khera quoted photos and posts linking Attari to BJP leaders - Irshad Chainwala and Mohammad Tahir.

"It also emerged from the same disclosure that the main accused Riyaz Attari often participated in the plans of Rajasthan BJP leader and former minister Gulabchand Kataria," he said.

"Not only this, but photos of the main suspects Riyaz Attari who attended BJP's Rajasthan sub-unit meetings are also in front of the ground," Mr Khera said.

With the post of BJP leader Irshad Chainwala on Facebook on November 30, 2018, and Mohammad Tahir on February 3, 2019, October 27, 2019, 10 August 2021, November 28, 2019, and other posts, it is clear that Attari Not only " close to BJP leaders ", but also an active member of the BJP, said Mr Khera.

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