Udaipur Beheading Case: Accused paid extra money to get ‘2611’ number plate for his bike
2 July, 2022 | Pravina Srivastava
Regional transport officer for Udaipur, claims that Mohammad Riyaz Attari, the owner of the car, was penalized Rs 1000 for the registration number "2611"
When it was discovered that one of the suspects went over and above to secure the registration number “2611” for his two-wheeler, it served as more evidence of the fanatical anti-India attitude of those suspected of beheading tailor Kanhaiya Lal earlier this week.
Prabhu Lal Bamaniya, the regional transport officer for Udaipur, claims that Mohammad Riyaz Attari, the owner of the car, was penalized Rs 1000 for the registration number “2611,” which very probably refers to the day of the 2008 Mumbai terror attack.
According to the police, RJ-27-AS-2611 was the bike’s registration number.
Both accused were taken into custody by Rajsamand police after being overpowered by them.
Earlier on June 27, Riyaz and Gaus Mohammad broke into Kanhaiya’s tailor shop and hacked him to death for endorsing BJP politician Nupur Sharma’s now-suspended offensive remarks against the Prophet Muhammad.
Later, the murderers released a video in which they discussed the crime. They also warned PM Modi and Nupur Sharma for their lives.
NIA has taken over the investigation into the beheading case in Udaipur and has stated that it suspects a terrorist group of being involved.