Kerala Chief Minister Criticizes Udaipur Killing

Kerala Chief Minister Criticizes Udaipur Killing: On Tuesday, Rajasthan’s Udaipur city’s cruel murder of a tailor was denounced by Kerala’s chief minister, Pinarayi Vijayan, who said such horrible deeds would only disturb our peaceful existence.

He also advised everyone to preserve peace and calm while pleading with the government to take harsh punishment against the offenders.

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“Condemn vehemently the brutal killing at #Udaipur. Ensure that those culpable are dealt with harshly by the authorities. Such horrific deeds will only disturb our peaceful way of life. I implore you all to keep your composure and allow the law run its course, “Vijayan posted in a tweet.

After killing a tailor in Udaipur with a cleaver and posting videos online in which they claimed to be retaliating for an insult to Islam, sporadic acts of violence in the Rajasthani city led to the imposition of a curfew in certain areas.

The males, Riaz Akhtari and Ghouse Mohammad, were detained about this.