On Tuesday in broad daylight in near Udaipur’s Maldas street, two Muslim goons beheaded a Hindu man in an ISIS style execution who was running a tailoring shop there. The murderers recorded the crime and posted a video of it online.

In the video, the assassins entered Kanhiya Lal’s store, allowed him to take their clothes sizes, and then attacked and beheaded him, all on camera.

After the execution, they continued the video threatening anybody who would criticise the Prophet of Islam, Prophet Mohammed (PBUH) suggesting that they live for Prophet and will die for Prophet. In the next sentence, they’re threatening Prime Minister Modi accusing him of igniting the fire that is Nupur Sharma who is a member of BJP and the one who allegedly insulted Prophet Mohammed (PBUH) during a news debate. They stated, “Aag tune lagai hai bujayenge hum …rab se dua karta hu… Inshallah ye chura tumhare gale tak bhi jaroor pohchega aur uss kutiya ke bhi ….ab udaipur walo nara lagao …gustakh e rasool ki ek hi saza sar tan se juda.”

The victim, Kanhiya lal was accused of posting in favour of Nupur Sharma on social media some days before.

Rajasthan CM condemned the incident and urged people to not share the said video on social media further.

“I condemn the heinous murder of youth in Udaipur. Strict action will be taken against all the criminals involved in this incident and the police will go to the bottom of the crime. I appeal to all parties to maintain peace. Strictest punishment will be given to every person involved in such heinous crime,” Ashok Gehlot tweeted

“I appeal to everyone not to try to spoil the atmosphere by sharing the video of this incident. By sharing the video, the criminal’s purpose of spreading hatred in the society will be successful,” he added.

Meanwhile, the police have arrived, and an investigation is in progress. Reportedly, the two muslims have been arrested.


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