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Indian police arrest "mastermind" behind the murder of a Hindu tailor – officials

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Saurabh Sharma and Rupam Jain

Udaipur / Mumbai — Indian police killed a Hindu tailor in Rajasthan that caused tensions among the Hindu majority. A minority of Muslims who made new arrests on Saturday and protests and crackdowns on the Internet have prevented them from escalating.

Two Muslim men already arrested for the murder filmed the act and posted it online, in response to politicians' derogatory remarks about the Prophet Muhammad. He said it was a reaction to the support of the victims.

Three senior police officials plan to kill Teri at his store in Udaipur last week when two Northwestern state-based Muslim men plan to kill Teri on Saturday. Said he was detained to do. Lake and palace hotel.

"We have now arrested two masterminds and two men who previously committed heinous crimes," said Prafulla Kumar, a senior Udaipur-based police officer. I did.

Mr. Kumar said Internet services were gradually being restored and security forces remained vigilant after the murder.

A judge of the Indian Supreme Court said on Friday that former spokesperson Nupur Sharma said her remarks strengthened India's religious mistakes, angered Islamic countries and caused diplomatic tensions. , Said that he must apologize to the whole country.

Local media reported another incident that occurred on June 21st. In this case, a chemist was stabbed to death in western Maharashtra for supporting a statement made by a former BJP spokesperson on social media. ..

"Five people have been arrested in connection with the murder of a chemist and an investigation is underway to track the accused's prime minister," said Aarti Singh, chief local police officer. According to the media.

Shin said the reason behind the murder has not yet been clarified.

In Afghanistan, a radical group of Islamic states to a Sikh temple where at least two people were killed and seven were injured in response to a leveled insult by the Indian prophet Muhammad last month. Claimed an attack.

New Delhi police arrested journalist Mohammedsvale, who helped draw attention to Sharma's remarks through the fact-checking website AltNews and social media.

India's premier counterterrorism agency, the National Investigation Agency (NIA), said it was investigating the killing of Teri.

NIA executives in New Delhi are asking agents to ask Muslims associated with the four accused in Udaipur to see if they have a relationship with the radical network. Said.

Muslims living about 3 kilometers from the tailor where the victims were killed said they were nervous about the social and economic boycotts of the powerful Hindus in Udaipur. rice field.

"I know what was done is barbaric, but the community should not be held responsible for their actions," said a Muslim-dominated area of ​​the city. Mohammad Falk, the medical representative who lives in the area, said.

The All Indian Muslim Individual Law Commission called the case "very blameable" and added that it violated both Indian law and Islamic restrictions. (Edited by Kenneth Maxwell and Jan Harvey)