IndiaUdaipur Tailer Murder; For '2611' number plate, accused paid additional Rs 5,000

Udaipur Tailer Murder; For ‘2611’ number plate, accused paid additional Rs 5,000

It is being told that one of the accused Riyaz had made an additional payment of Rs 5,000 for getting a motorcycle numbered 2611. The police is looking at linking this number to the 2008 Mumbai attack.

New information is coming out about both the accused arrested in Udaipur murder case. After the information about the links of the accused with the Pakistan fundamentalist group came to the fore, now the police have made another big disclosure.

It is being told that one of the accused Riyaz had made an additional payment of Rs 5,000 for getting a motorcycle numbered 2611. The police is looking at linking this number to the 2008 Mumbai attack.

What is Udaipur Massacre?

A tailor named Kanhaiyalal Teli was hacked to death by two assailants named Mohammad Riyaz Ansari and Ghaus Mohammad in Udaipur on Tuesday .

The attackers had come to his shop on the pretext of getting clothes stitched and committed the crime here. He also made a video of this heart-wrenching incident.

Both the attackers were upset with Taylor for supporting Nupur Sharma, a former BJP leader who made remarks against Prophet Mohammad.

The accused were running away from the same motorcycle

After killing Taylor Kanhaiyalal, both the accused were trying to escape on the same motorcycle.

Sources say that Riyaz had deliberately chosen a motorcycle numbered 2611 and had to pay Rs 5,000 for this number plate.

Presently this motorcycle is parked in Dhanmandi police station. Police say that this number plate can prove to be helpful in exposing this whole crime and conspiracy.

Riyaz had bought the bike by taking loan

Police engaged in the investigation of the case believe that this motorcycle could be an indication of what was going on in Riyaz’s mind. He had bought this bike in 2013 by taking a loan from the bank. The insurance of this bike expired in March 2014.

Investigation revealed that Riyaz had gone to Nepal in 2014 . His mobile records show that he used to call on Pakistani numbers.

Pakistani connection was revealed in the initial investigation

Earlier in the preliminary investigation, both the attackers had links with the Sunni Islamic organization Dawat-e-Islami based in Karachi. Dawat-e-Islami belongs to Tehreek-e-Labbaik, a radical organization in Pakistan.

Interrogation of the accused revealed that they belong to the Sufi-Barelvi sect of Sunni Islam which has close links with Dawat-e-Islami. This organization supports the blasphemy law in Pakistan.

In view of this connection, the investigation has been handed over to the NIA .

Accused suspected of having links with IS

Police sources have feared that Kanhaiyalal’s killers have links with the terrorist organization Islamic State (IS). Both the accused are also said to be involved in the conspiracy to carry out serial bomb blasts in Jaipur on 30 March.


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Both the accused were linked to Al-Sufa through Pakistani organization Dawat-e-Islami which is a sleeper cell of IS. One of the accused, Mohammad Riyaz, also has links with the recently arrested IS terrorist.

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