Bright Times News: Actress Urfi Javed has condemned the incident in Udaipur, Rajasthan. She wrote in her Instagram story that day, “We are moving in this direction! Allah has never told anyone to follow the path of violence! But in the name of religion and Allah, individuals are promoting bloodshed! What are we thinking?
Education, women’s empowerment, and economy are not being discussed!” What measures should be taken to prevent rape is not being discussed! In the name of religion, people are abandoning principles and humanity! “He added,” Believers in extremism always bring disaster.
It’s still not too late. Your eyes are awake now! “He added,” I know, I will get a lot of threats after posting this. But I don’t believe in spreading hatred like extremists. That’s a huge debt to me. “
Urfi Javed also alleged that he received threats after or during the post. Urfi Javed posted a screenshot of Sajid Chipper’s warning on social media.
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Tagging the man and the Mumbai police, Urfi wrote, “I am filing a police complaint against this man because he has committed a heinous crime like spreading violence on social media. He has threatened to kill. This man must go to jail. This man will be an example for extremists.” “
The NIA has been instructed by the Union Home Ministry to look into the murder of Udaipur tailor Kanhaiya Lal Teli. Sources claim that the NIA has already arrived and is conducting an inquiry. The Home Ministry tweeted on the same day, “The NIA has been ordered to investigate the Kanhaiya Lal Teli murder in Udaipur, Rajasthan. It will look into whether there is any organization or international involvement in the incident.”
The Rajasthan government has also formed an SIT to investigate the murder. Bangla Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee also condemned the incident. The Chief Minister tweeted, “Violence and tension cannot be tolerated under any circumstances. What has happened in Udaipur is reprehensible. I urge everyone to rely on the law to maintain peace.”
Congress leader Rahul Gandhi was vocal about the incident on Tuesday. His tweet, “I am shocked by the Udaipur murder. It is not acceptable to accept such brutality in the name of religion. The perpetrators must be punished swiftly. All must unite to fight violence. Maintain an atmosphere of appeal, peace, and goodwill to all.”
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