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Truth be told: Udaipur killing has Pak links

Riaz Akhtari and Ghouse Mohammad, accused in the murder case of a tailor named Kanhaiya Lal, being produced at district court, in Udaipur

The links to Dawat-e-islami, a Pakistan-based group, have emerged stronger in the course of the investigation into the Udaipur killing

New Delhi, July 19: As the National Investigation Agency digs deeper into the killing of a Hindu tailor in Udaipur, several international links have cropped up. The NIA has found that one of the killers, Riyaz Attari had called several numbers in Saudi Arabia and Pakistan.

Kanhaiya Lal was brutally murdered in Udaipur last month. The killers recorded the killing and also posted a video claiming responsibility for the same. The probe also revealed that Attari had visited Saudi Arabia in 2019 where he met with a Pakistani national.

Sources tell OneIndia that Attari kept in touch with the Pakistani national Umar. Now the agencies are scanning the calls that were made by the two killers. It was found that the main accused along with the co-conspirators had used VPN on their mobile with the intention of hiding their internet protocol address.

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