Udaipur Murder Case: Today, Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot will go to Udaipur to meet Kanhaiya Lal's family members. Let us inform you that the post-mortem report of the murder case of tailor Kanhaiya Lal in Udaipur has arrived.
According to the sources, 26 wound marks have been found on Kanhaiya Lal's body. Meanwhile, CM Gehlot has appealed to maintain law and order and peace in Rajasthan.
In the appeal of the Chief Minister published by the Department of Information and Public Relations, it has been said that the state government is working to maintain law and order and for this SIT has also been constituted.
Both the accused have been arrested due to the promptness of the police.
He urged all religious leaders and public representatives to appeal for social harmony so that law and order can be maintained.
Let us tell you that 26 wound marks were found on the body of Kanhaiya Lal who was brutally murdered in Udaipur.
A doctor of the team that conducted the post-mortem of the body said that Kanhaiya Lal's body was hit 26 times with a dagger.
According to doctors, 8-10 wounds were found near Kanhaiya Lal's neck, the rest were found in other parts of the body. The post-mortem team believes that Kanhaiyalal died due to excessive bleeding from the body.
NIA's investigation and inquiry in the case will continue even today. Udaipur Police has also raided the house of the arrested Ghous Mohammed and Riyaz Akhtari.
There is an atmosphere of anger across the state regarding the brutal murder of tailor Kanhaiya Lal in Udaipur. Due to this many organizations are giving voluntary support to the bandh call.
In the meeting of Vishwa Hindu Parishad and Bajrang Dal held on Wednesday, it was decided to keep Jaipur closed for a day on Thursday. Officials of major organizations were present in it.
In this it was decided that during the bandh, except essential services and medicine shops, the entire shutdown would be kept.