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Udaipur killing: He had refused to open his shop for days, says wife of murdered

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New Delhi, Jun 29: The wife of Udaipur tailor who was killed in the most horrific way possible had returned to his shop after days of absence. For the past ten days, Kanhaiya Lal had refused to open his shop in fear, only mustering the courage on the afternoon of June 28, after lunch.

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Speaking to NDTV, his wife, Jashoda said Lal had skipped work for several days. Yesterday, he decided to attend to business again. He had been been at work for a few hours when two men arrived, posing as customers.

Udaipur killing: He had refused to open his shop for days, says wife of murdered

''We demand those people who murdered him (Kanhaiya Lal) should be hanged to death, we demand their death sentence & need justice,'' she said further.

Treating the Udaipur murder as a terror incident, the Centre on Wednesday directed anti-terror agency, the National Investigation Agency (NIA), to extensively probe the "brutal" murder of a tailor in Rajasthan's Udaipur district, especially whether any organisation or international links were behind the sensational killing.

The town of Udaipur witnessed a shocking incident on Tuesday, when Riaz Akhtari, one of the accused, slit Teli's throat with a cleaver, as Ghouse Mohammad, the other accused, recorded the act on a mobile phone.

In the video clip that circulated on social media, one of the purported assailants declared that they had "beheaded" the man and went on to threaten Prime Minister Narendra Modi saying their knife will get him as well. Indirectly, the assailants also referred to Nupur Sharma, the BJP leader suspended from the party over a remark on Prophet Mohammad.

The accused brandished blood-stained cleavers as they issued the threats. Both of them were arrested and taken to an undisclosed location for a thorough interrogation.

For several hours, shopkeepers stopped police from taking away the body, saying they will allow the removal of the corpse only after the murderers are arrested and compensation -- Rs 50 lakh and a government job -- given to the victim's family. Later, they agreed to assurances given by the authorities.

Prohibitory orders banning people from assembling were clamped across the state for a month and mobile internet services suspended after the incident.

At 8 pm on Tuesday, curfew was declared till further orders in seven police station areas of Udaipur city. The Rajasthan Police also announced a special investigation team (SIT) soon after the arrest of the two men, identified as Riaz Akhtari and Ghouse Mohammad.

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