A political analyst named Abdul Razack Khan appearing on the Times Now debate on Saturday said that the slain Hindu leader Kamlesh Tiwari deserved the brutal death and he would not condemn the killing.
Abdul Razack Khan, who identifies himself as a political analyst on Saturday appeared on Times Now debate to discuss the fateful murder of Hindu Mahasabha leader Kamlesh Tiwari. During the debate, Khan said that he will not condemn the killing of Kamlesh Tiwari and asserted that the deceased deserved this fate.
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Abdul Razack Khan, who proclaims himself to be a political analyst has been associated with multiple political parties. Reportedly, he was a BSP candidate for the BBMP municipal polls and also performed his role as a JDS spokesperson in the past.
The horrific killing of Hindu Mahasabha leader Kamlesh Tiwari by Islamist has shaken the collective conscience of the society. The killing of Kamlesh Tiwari was even welcomed by some sections of Muslim societies, as they expressed their jubilation over his death on social media.
Former Hindu Mahasabha leader Kamlesh Tiwari was assassinated on Friday by two men who entered his house in Lucknow with a gun and a knife concealed in packets of sweets and had brutally murdered him by slashing his throat.
UP DGP OP Singh had informed in a press conference that the three suspects and the two killers were all radicalised and they had planned Tiwari’s murder because of the remarks he had made in 2015, calling Prophet Muhammad gay.
On Saturday, Gujarat ATS arrested three accused- Shamim, Faizan and Mohsin Sheikh from Surat in connection with Tiwari’s murder. According to the sources, they have confessed to the killing of Tiwari citing his remarks on Prophet Muhammad in 2015 as the motive behind the murder.
Reportedly, the chief minister of Uttar Pradesh Yogi Adityanath is scheduled to meet the family of the deceased Kamlesh Tiwari at his official residence in Lucknow at 11 AM on Sunday.