Curfew eased for 10 hours, internet services remain suspended


The curfew was eased from 10 a.m. on Sunday in Udaipur, where the tailor Kanhaiya Lal was axed to death earlier this week by two men. However, mobile internet services remained suspended.

A curfew was imposed on seven police stations in Udaipur after the tailor’s murder and other violent incidents on Tuesday.

“The situation is normalizing in the city. Therefore, it has been decided to ease the curfew from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.,” a district administration official said.

Markets were opened and normal activities resumed. Normal life is restored in the city. Peace has been kept by locals and the curfew should be completely lifted, a local resident said.

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However, markets in Ajmer remained closed on Sunday following an appeal by Hindu organizations over the Udaipur incident. A protest was also organized by Hindu outfits in Jaipur to demand the death penalty for the defendants.

Udaipur tailor Kanhaiya Lal was axed to death on Tuesday by Riaz Akhtari and Ghouse Mohammad, who said in a video uploaded that they had taken revenge for an insult to Islam. The two suspected killers were arrested hours later in Rajsamand. On Thursday evening, two other defendants involved in the reconnaissance of the tailor’s shop and the murder plot were also arrested. They are in the custody of the NIA.


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