Udaipur Murderer accused photo with BJP muffler is surfacing on the internet, BJP denies link

After the Congress highlighted a photo of Riyaz Attari, the suspect in the murder of a Udaipur tailor, and BJP leader Gulabchand Kataria, a fight broke out. The prime suspect in the beheading of tailor Kanhaiya Lal in Udaipur, Riyaz Attari, is said by Congress to be a “BJP member.” The BJP, on the other hand, denied the accusations and asserted that the Udaipur accused was never a party member.

Since the BJP is the largest party in the world, anyone is welcome to visit and take pictures with our leaders. However, this does not imply that he has been a member of our party. The accused is not now a part of our party. The state government wants to hold someone accountable for its failure. I want the Chief Minister to step down. M Sadiq Khan, Rajasthan BJP Minority Morcha state president, was quoted as saying by news agency IANS.

According to the report, a former post on social media by a member of the BJP Minority Morcha identified Riyaz Attari as a member of the BJP. The two accused, Riyaz Attari and Mohammad Ghaus, allegedly “tried to infiltrate the Bharatiya Janata Party in Rajasthan via their ties in the party’s Minority Morcha,” according to an India Today story.

Amit Malviya, the head of the BJP’s IT division, criticised a Congressman for “peddling bogus news.” Udaipur’s murderers, according to Malviya, “were not members of the BJP but they tried infiltration” of the organisation.

“I am not surprised that you are peddling #FakeNews. The Udaipur murderers WERN’T members of the BJP. Their attempt to infiltrate was like the LTTE assassin’s attempt to enter the Congress to kill Rajiv Gandhi. Congress should stop fooling around with terror and national security,” he tweeted.