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U’khand on alert mode after beheading incident in Rajasthan



DEHRADUN, 29 Jun: Following the dastardly beheading of a Hindu tailor in Udaipur in Rajasthan by alleged Jihadists, the state and the district administration have been put on high alert in Uttarakhand, also. Sources in the State Home Department reported that Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami has issued instructions to all the district magistrates and SSPs/SPs of all the districts to maintain strict vigil to prevent any such incident as well as social disturbance. Such instructions were first issued in Uttar Pradesh and have now been issued in Uttarakhand. It may be recalled that the tailor in Udaipur Rajasthan was suspended BJP spokesperson Nupur Sharma. The tailor had been receiving threats which had been reported to the Police but it failed to take serious note of the threats, and he was killed yesterday. Two persons, alleged to be the killers, have been arrested, so far, and the investigation of this terror crime has been taken over by the NIA at the direction of Union Home Minister Amit Shah. According to Chief Minister Dhami, instructions have been given to all the District Magistrates, SSPs/SPs as well as to the Home Department to strictly monitor any beheaded by some Jihadi elements, yesterday, over his alleged post in support of inappropriate content or threats posted on social media or any such incident that could trigger violence or religious hysteria and take immediate appropriate action in this regard.