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Wednesday, August 17, 2022

Udaipur victim Kanhaiya Lal’s info was leaked by Muslim neighbour Nazim

Kanhaiya Lal, an innocent Hindu tailor and father of two, trying to earn an honest livelihood through his tailoring shop, was brutally killed by two Islamist fanatics on June 28. These religious radicals, Mohammed Riyaz Akhtar and Mohammed Gos, had beheaded the defenseless tailor while following the murderous philosophy of “Gustaq-e –Rasool ki ek hi saza, sar tan se juda”. 

They had filmed their heinous crime; in the videos on social media, it could be seen that both the killers were chanting Islamic chants, including “Allahu Akbar”. Soon after the killing of Kanhaiya Lal, another video by the two Islamists was released on social media. They were seen flaunting the blood-smeared dagger used in Kanhaiya Lal’s murder and showed no remorse for what they did. They further claimed that they would kill the Prime Minister also. The Police have arrested the murderers. 

That this blood-chilling murder was backed by Islamist religious indoctrination is evident. However, it would be wrong to assume that Mohammed Riyaz Akhtar and Mohammed Gos, who have been arrested, were the only culprits of this crime.

His neighbour Nazim leaked his information, claimed Kanhaiya

A system of dangerous Islamist machinery worked together perfectly for Kanhaiya Lal’s brutal murder. This started with the deceased’s Muslim neighbour Nazim and includes several other Islamist men. These men might not have killed the victim but empowered the killers to execute him. It is a dangerous truth that all these men involved in facilitating the murder are still roaming free.  

Kanhaiya Lal was killed for an alleged post supporting Nupur Sharma’s controversial statement. Reportedly, this post was not made by the victim but his son while playing games on his phone. However, when Nazim saw the post and asked him about it, Kanhaiya clarified that he didn’t post it as he didn’t even know how to operate the phone properly. Nazim knew that his Hindu neighbour didn’t know much about phone use.

But even after Kanhaiya’s clarification, Nazim lodged a police complaint against Kanhaiya. He has also leaked his photo, name, and location to various community members. A couple of days after the post was made, two men arrived at Kanhaiya Lal’s shop and demanded that he show them his phone. They then deleted the post and warned him against making such posts again. 

On June 11, Kanhaiya Lal was contacted by the Dhanmandi Police station, and he learned that his neighbour Nazim had filed a complaint against him. Nazim has accepted that he knew that Kanhaiya couldn’t use the phone and didn’t share the post but lodged a complaint against him due to pressure from his community. 

Kanhaiya Lal had also observed that Nazim and five more individuals from Nazim’s community were doing Reece of his shop regularly. He was also receiving death threats from people from that community. On June 15, Kanhaiyal went to the Police station to seek legal help and protection. He had also submitted a letter to the Police detailing that his son had accidentally shared a post on social media.

He further highlighted that two men had come to his shop, demanded to check his phone, deleted the post, and warned him. He also informed the Police that five to seven people were observing his shop, and they would kill him if he opened his shop. He claimed that Nazim and others had leaked his information, photograph, and address to others in their community groups. He pleaded with the Police to provide him protection as he was being warned against opening his shop.

Police ignored Kanhaiya Lal’s request for protection

Reportedly, the Police granted no security to Kanhaiya Lal. Instead, ASI Bhanwarlal called the Islamists threatening him and tried to solve the matter with a ‘compromise’ between Kanhaiya Lal and the radical Islamists. He also assured Kanhaiya that nothing would happen as his perpetrators had signed on to the compromise. He told Lal to inform the Police if he suspected anything.

Lal was also made to submit a letter confirming that he wanted no legal action as there was a compromise with the five. ADG Law and Order Hawasingh Ghumaria stated they would question the five individuals who had signed the compromise agreement. ASI Bhanwarlal has been suspended after Kanhaiya Lal’s brutal murder.

But is the suspension enough? He had been irresponsible; instead of acting on the complaint of Kanhaiya Lal, he tried to shut the matter down with a “compromise letter”? Did he do it to avoid taking and working on another FIR? Or a Hindu life doesn’t hold any value for the government and its employees in a Congress-ruled state? 

Executive Editor TV9 Network Aditya Raj Kaul raised several questions on the inaction of the Rajasthan Police. 

You cannot trust any Islamist

What happened with Kanhaiya Lal in a Hindu-majority city in 2022 is no different from what happened to BK Ganjoo in Muslim-dominated Kashmir in the 90s. Ganjoo too was betrayed by his Muslim neighbour who had shown the Islamist terrorists his hiding place, and in a chilling parallel, Nazim went to his community groups and leaked Lal’s information.

An Islamist is filled with hate for a “Kafir” regardless of time or location. Blinded by religious fanaticism, he is always looking for an opportunity to take him down. An Islamist always doesn’t have to be a terrorist working with the JeM or ISIS. He can be your neighbour, people walking down the street, or as in Kanhaiya Lal’s case, a customer. 

The system of this country terribly failed in its duty to protect the Hindus. It is now upon the Hindus to identify the Islamist jihadis hiding in plain sight and not associate with them in any way. One second of being abstracted can put you in harm’s way. 

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