Kanhaiyalal murder: The treatment of the witness should not be neglected

Jaipur. Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot on Monday directed not to take any laxity in the treatment of Rajkumar Sharma, an under-treatment witness in the Kanhaiyalal murder incident in Udaipur. Gehlot on Monday spoke to the doctors and the Principal and Collector of Medical College in Udaipur regarding the health and treatment of Rajkumar Sharma, a witness to the murder of Kanhaiyalal in Udaipur.

It is noteworthy that Rajkumar Sharma, a witness in the murder of Kanhaiyalal, has ‘brain haemorrhage’ and his condition is still very serious. Chief Minister Gehlot took information about Sharma’s health after talking to the officials and doctors and directed everyone that Rajkumar Sharma should be given proper treatment, if he wants to be transferred somewhere else, then do it if you want to talk to the doctor in Jaipur, A team of doctors can also be sent from Jaipur, so that no laxity should be taken in their treatment and their full care should be taken.

It is noteworthy that on June 28, Riyaz Akhtari, Ghaus Mohammad, a tailor Kanhaiyalal, was brutally murdered with a sharp weapon in his shop in Maldas Gali in the Dhan Mandi police station area of ​​Udaipur. Both the accused had also made a video of the incident. He claimed responsibility for the murder by making another video after the murder and issued controversial slogans. Several people, including two main accused Riyaz Akhtari and Ghaus Mohammad, have been arrested in this regard and the matter is being investigated by the National Investigation Agency (NIA).

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