Banaskantha: Anger is being seen across the country over the Kanaiyala murder case in Udaipur. The murder scandal is also being seen in Gujarat. Buses have been stopped at Gujarat Border. Gujarat buses heading to Rajasthan have been stopped at Shamlaji. Gujarat buses heading to Rajasthan from Ratanpur border in Dungarpur district have been stopped at Shamlaji, the last bus stand in Gujarat. So the passengers had to go to their home or work place by other buses from Shamlaji to Rajasthan. All Gujarat Roadways buses will not go to Rajasthan unless an order is given. As many buses from Gujarat have also been recalled in Rajasthan. Apart from Gujarat’s government buses, other private buses are running as per normal.
ST buses stopped, police alerted
A dam has been declared in Panthawada, adjacent to the Rajasthan border. As a result, traders have staged a sit-in and demanded the execution of the killers. The effect of this incident is being seen in Banaskantha. All ST buses going to Rajasthan have been stopped. It is worth mentioning that tight police security has been set up in the entire village. Also, all ST buses going to Rajasthan have been stopped. And the police is in alert mode so that law and order is not disturbed in the village. Also Panthawada village is adjacent to Rajasthan.
This was the whole incident
On the afternoon of June 28, Kanaiyalal was doing tailoring work at his shop in Dhanmandi area of Udaipur. Then all of a sudden Mohammad Riaz and Mohammad Gauss arrived under the pretext of sewing clothes and Kanaya was taking measurements of one of these people. Another attacked him with a large knife and cut Kanaiyalal’s throat. The killers also made a video of the murder and posted it on social media, claiming responsibility for the murder and calling it an act of revenge for an insult to Islam. Not only that, he has also threatened Prime Minister Narendra Modi. On the evening of June 28, Gaus Mohammad and Riaz Jabbar, accused of killing Taylor in Taliban style in Udaipur, were nabbed from Bhim area of Rajsamand district, 170 km away.