Knife used to behead Udaipur tailor made by accused themselves: Sources

Riyaz Attari and Mohammad Ghaus, accused in the Kanhaiyalal murder case, had made the sharp murder weapon themselves at a factory in Udaipur. The accused also shot a video in the same factory before and after the incident.

Both accused brandishing weapon while shooting a video.

The weapon used in the murder of a tailor in Udaipur has been recovered from a factory, said a source, adding that the arrested accused made these sharp weapons themselves at SK Engineering Works factory to commit the crime. They also shot a video before the incident and one after the incident in the same factory.

The National Investigation Agency (NIA) has been investigating the matter since the Pakistani angle came to the fore. Sources said that the killers watched ISIS videos before committing the crime.

Both the accused were allegedly in contact with some people in Pakistan before and after the murder. The NIA will soon bring both the accused to Delhi and their mobiles will be investigated.

Investigating agencies claimed that one of the two accused, Ghaus Mohammad, went to Karachi for training for 45 days in 2014.

Considering the murder of Kanhaiyalal as a terrorist incident, a case has been registered under UAPA. Along with the NIA, the Intelligence Bureau (IB) is also investigating the whole matter.

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