Are the strings of Udaipur Murder Case connected with 26/11 Mumbai terrorist attack?
By: Divya Thearia
July 2, 2022 (New Delhi): A few days after the information about the links of those who carried out the Udaipur murder case to Pakistan came to the fore, the police have made another big disclosure. According to the information received from the police, Riyaz Akhtari, one of the killers had given an additional Rs 5000 for the special number of his motorcycle. The number of his bike was 2611, he had paid separately for this number. The police is looking at linking this number to the 26/11 terror attack in Mumbai. The country’s biggest terrorist attack took place on 26/11 i.e. 26 November 2008 in Mumbai.
Bike is standing in Udaipur Paddy Mandi police station. Riyaz’s vehicle number is “RJ 27 AS 2611”. Riyaz and Mohammad Ghaus had escaped from this bike after brutally killing Kanhaiya Lal and this bike is now parked at the Dhan Mandi police station in Udaipur. In media reports, sources related to the police have told that Riyaz had deliberately given 5 thousand rupees separately for the number 2611, so that he could get this number plate. He says that this sign is very important to understand the recent incident in Udaipur and the motives of the criminals.
Police believe that this number plate can also help in understanding what was Riyaz’s state of mind before 2014. Earlier, the police had told that Riyaz’s passport showed that he had gone to Nepal in 2014. His mobile data has revealed that he used to talk to someone in Pakistan frequently. Now the number of Riyaz’s vehicle can also make many revelations.
It has been told in media reports that according to RTO records, Riyaz Akhtari had bought this bike in the year 2013, for which he had also taken a loan from HDFC Bank. The insurance of this bike had ended in 2014 itself. After killing Kanhaiya Lal, both these accused were on the same bike when they were caught by the policemen in Rajsamand district, 45 km from Udaipur.
Riyaz and Ghaus Mohammad, both the accused in Kanhaiyalal’s murder, were sent to judicial custody till July 13 on Thursday. The accused were produced before the Udaipur District Sessions Court. After which he was sent to judicial custody. Let us tell you that a tailor was killed in broad daylight inside his shop in Bhoot Mahal area of Udaipur. It is being told that the 8-year-old son of the tailor had put a status on social media in support of Nupur Sharma. Because of this, one side of the particular community was very angry. In the meantime, two youths reached the tailor’s shop to give the measurement of clothes and attacked him with knives as soon as he got the opportunity. In this incident, the tailor died on the spot. Both the accused have claimed responsibility for the murder by releasing a video.