Sat. Oct 1st, 2022

According to police sources, the two guys accused of beheading a tailor in Udaipur, Rajasthan, have ties to the terrorist group ISIS, which is outlawed. The accused were allegedly involved in a plot to stage several explosions in Jaipur on March 30.

Both of the apprehended suspects, according to NIA officials, would be taken to Delhi for questioning while having their electronic and mobile devices transferred for forensic analysis. Investigative authorities believe that the accused’s motivation for the murder came from watching ISIS propaganda videos.

To get information on the postings and chats made by both of the accused on social media, the NIA team is working with forensic and cyber specialists. Investigations on their ties to Dawat-e-Islam are also ongoing.

They were connected to Al-sufa, an outlying sleeper organisation of ISIS, through Pakistan’s Dawat-e-Islami. Mohammad Riaz “Attari,” one of the two accused, was the leader of Al-sufa in Udaipur. Additionally, he had ties to Mujeeb, an ISIS terrorist who had previously been detained in Tonk. Riaz has two kids and is married.
Together with Mohammad Ghouse, the second defendant in the murder case and his brother, Riaz reportedly orchestrated a hate campaign.

By adele rose

Adele Rose is the senior editor and employee of WGBS Pvt Ltd Digital wing.

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