(ANSA) – NEW DELHI, 04 JUL – Two men were arrested in Udaipur, accused of being the creators of the murder of Kanhaiya Lal Teli, the Hindu tailor from Udaipur, cold-slaughtered a week ago in his shop.
The two killers had been stopped the same evening of the crime, stopped while they fled by motorbike; Prafulla Kumar, an officer of the Udaipur Police Headquarters, said he had arrested two other men identified as the ‘masterminds’ of the barbaric assassination on Saturday.
The murder, filmed live by the killers, and immediately broadcast online, was defined by the perpetrators, two Muslim fundamentalists, most likely linked to a terrorist group that was enough in Pakistan “a revenge for the tailor’s support for the offenses against Muhammad of Nupur Sharma “.
Sharma, former spokesman for BJP, the party of Indian Prime Minister Modi, had expressed insulting views on Islam in a televised debate.
Sharma’s views have created a trail of heavy reactions and violence in the country: the Indian Supreme Court itself has defined the Sharma’s behavior as “unacceptable” and accused it of having “put the country on fire”. (HANDLE).
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