Monu Manesar, a suspected cow vigilante and murder suspect, has been questioned by Rajasthan Police regarding the murder of two Muslim men in Haryana’s Bhiwani district. Manesar was captured by the police after the bodies of the men came to light in February. He received a summons to two days in police custody in Bharatpur. Manesar also received blame accountable for starting unrest in Nuh in July, which led to the attack of a Vishva Hindu Parishad procession, killing six people. The Rajasthan Police are actively investigating Manesar’s involvement in the case.
Police in Rajasthan are going to question Monu Manesar
The court ordered Monu Manesar to spend two days in police custody, according to Superintendent of Police (Deeg) Brijesh Jyoti Upadhyay on Wednesday.
The murder of two Muslim men
In connection with the murder of two Muslim men from the state, Monu Manesar, a suspected cow vigilante and murder suspect, has been questioned by Rajasthan Police, according to officials on Wednesday. In February, the two Muslim men’s burned bodies came to light in Haryana’s Bhiwani district.
Rajasthan Police captured Monu Manesar
Tuesday saw the capture of Monu Manesar by Rajasthan Police. The Bajrang Dal leader’s detention was not, however, officially confirmed by the Haryana Police. According to a representative of the group’s parent organization, the Vishva Hindu Parishad, he got picked up in Gurugram’s Manesar.
After securing transit remand from a court in Nuh, Rajasthan Police received the murder suspect. The defendant then went to Bharatpur and presented before a local court, who sentenced him to two days in police custody.
Monu Manesar received two days of police remand from the court
On Wednesday, Monu Manesar received a sentence from the court to two days of police remand, according to Brijesh Jyoti Upadhyay, Superintendent of Police (Deeg). He further stated that he continues to get inquired by the police about the killings of Junaid and Nasir.
About the case
After two men, Nasir, 25, and Junaid, 35, turned up dead in a burned-out car in Loharu, Haryana’s Bhiwani, the Rajasthan Police named Monu Manesar in a First Information Report.
The men live in the Deeg district of Rajasthan, formerly known as Bharatpur, in the village of Ghatmika. They happened to get allegedly kidnapped by alleged cow vigilantes who traversed the border into Haryana. Last month, the Rajasthan Police announced they were actively investigating Monu Manesar’s involvement in conceiving the conspiracy and aiding the crime.
In addition, getting charged with the murder of two Muslim men, Monu Manesar was also held accountable by some for starting the unrest in Nuh in July, which saw a Vishva Hindu Parishad procession attacked by mobs, killing six people there as well as Gurugram across the border.
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