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Udaipur Killing: 5 Arrested From Rajasthan’s Hanumangarh For Editing Footage Of Incident, Making It Viral


The five persons accused of making and sharing video of Udaipur killing have been identified as Tarsem Puri (26), Mahavir Prasad (35), Rahmat Ali, Iqbal Hussain (36), and Pitambar Lal (21).

New Delhi: Five persons were arrested by the Hanumangarh Police on Monday in connection with the brutal murder of a tailor, Kanhaiya Lal in Udaipur for showing supoort to former BJP spokesperson Nupur Sharma on her controversial remark against the Prophet Mohammad, reported news agency ANI. The arrested have been accused of making a video of the incident and sharing it online which was widely circulated triggering panic among the general people. 

The accused have been identified as Tarsem Puri (26), Mahavir Prasad (35), Rahmat Ali, Iqbal Hussain (36), and Pitambar Lal (21).

"On Monday, Tarsem Puri (26) resident of ward number 7 Ratanpura was arrested by Police Officer Sangaria Emi Chand on the charge of editing photos and videos with illegal weapons on social media," Hanumangarh Superintendent of Police, Ajay Singh said. 

"The accused Mahavir Prasad (35), resident of Ward No. 3 Dabli Vas Maulvi Thana Sadar and Rahmat Ali were arrested after ASI Lalchand of the team formed under the leadership of SHO Sadar Chandrabhan made the photo viral with another person's licensed weapon on social media," he added.

 "The accused Sirajuddin's son Iqbal Hussain (36), resident of ward number 36 of the police station area, has been arrested for making the video of the Udaipur incident viral on social media on Monday........ Similarly, on Monday, the accused Pitambar Lal (21) resident of Ward No. 16 police station Nohar was arrested by SHO Nohar Ravinder Singh and his team...."

The two main accused in the case, were produced in NIA Court in Jaipur on Saturday where an agitated crowd tried to attack them while being escorted outside the court premises. The four accused in this case, including the prime accused Mohammad Riyaz and Ghouse Mohammad, have been sent to NIA custody till July 12. 

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