- 4 accused in Udaipur killings sent to Ajmer Jail.
- 2 other accused including main culprit under remand.
- NIA conducted searches on the premises of suspects in Udaipur.
Udaipur: Amid the ongoing investigations in connection with the brutal killing of a tailor in Udaipur last month, four accused arrested persons were sent to Ajmer jail on Wednesday, officials said.
The accused identified as Mohsin Khan, Wasim, Asif and Mohammed Mohsin. All four will be in jail till August 1st the official added.
The other accused identified as Riyaz Ghaus and Farhat were taken on remand by the probing agency.
On Tuesday, the central pobing agency NIA, carried out searches on the premises of suspects in Udaipur. Digital devices (mobile phones, laptops and SIM cards) and other incriminating materials were claimed to have been seized by the NIA during the searches.
Earlier on Monday, CM Gehlot stated that when the landlord of the Udaipur murder accused complained to the local police about the men, BJP leaders had allegedly called and asked them to not take any action against the accused.“Everybody knows how the main accused (in the Udaipur murder case) had connections with the BJP and at what level. Recently news came that the landlord of the rented place where they used to live…the landlord is also Muslim, he complained to the police that they were troubling him… some people used to come to his house, threaten, and also he didn’t get rent. Before the police could act, BJP leaders called the police station saying that he is our worker and don’t bother him,” Gehlot told reporters.