Udaipur Horror: 2 Muslim Men Are Suspected To Have Pakistan Links. Here’s Everything About The Incident

According to sources, the eight-year-old son of the deceased Kanhaiyalal had posted on social media in support of Nupur Sharma from his mobile. After this, some people got angry and the two accused brutally killed the boy’s father with a sharp weapon.

The two accused

In Rajasthan, a man was killed by two men at Maldas Street under the Dhanmandi police station area of Udaipur city. It is being told that the 8-year-old son of the deceased man had posted on social media in support of Nupur Sharma. Angered by this, the accused brutally murdered his father.


After this incident, the internet have been ordered to shut down. The internet will be shut down for the next 24 hours. On information, police from Dhanmandi and Ghantaghar police stations rushed to the spot and took stock of the incident. The police have kept the body in the mortuary of MB Hospital.

There is anger among the Hindu communities after this incident. The man was murdered by two Muslim accused by slitting their throats with swords. In this case, the accused have also taken responsibility for the murder by releasing the video. In protest against the killing, the locals have closed shops in Maldas Gali area after the incident.

Police nabbed the murderers 

The two men who murdered a tailor in Rajasthan’s Udaipur on camera tried to escape the city on a motorcycle, their faces covered by helmets before the police blocked them.


The two men raced the bike on a highway on the outskirts of Udaipur as they tried to escape, Rajsamand police chief Sudheer Chaudhary said.

A police team guarding a barricade caught them. When the two tried to escape, the police overpowered them and arrested them. All this was seen on a video shared by netizens.

Pakistan Link?

Further investigation into the Udaipur murder has revealed that the two murderers had links with the Karachi-based Sunni Islamist organization. Interrogation of the two accused disclosed that the two belonged to the Sufi-Barelvi sect of Sunni Islam and had close links with Dawat-e-Islami in Karachi.


While the two were self-radicalized, measures are taken to find out whether they had any links with other extremist Sunni organizations in India including those with links with Muslim Brotherhood, according to counter-terror officials. The two have been booked under the UAPA and the case is now being handed over to National Investigation Agency (NIA).

Karachi-based Dawat-e-Islami’s purpose is to spread the teachings of the Quran and Sunnah with the objective of supporting Shariah globally. It has a huge following in Pakistan and is dedicated to supporting the law in the Islamic Republic.