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Cops reveal Monu Manesar’s plot in Nasir-Junaid case

Junaid and Nasir cousin brothers who were killed in Haryana’s Bhiwani were planned by cow vigilantes eight days before the gruesome incident took place in February this year, the revelation came after the questioning of prime accused Monu Manesar by Rajasthan police. On Tuesday, Haryana Police detained Monu Manesar alias Mohit Yadav for “”objectionable”” social media remarks and handed him over to Rajasthan Police, where he is being questioned in connection with the deaths of Nasir and Junaid. Deeg police in Rajasthan are questioning Monu Manesar. As per a report published by The Print, one of the individuals who has been arrested in connection with the double murder case involving Junaid and Nasir had engaged in phone calls and messaging with Monu, identified as a Bajrang Dal member. These communications took place during the periods of February 5th to 8th and then again from February 13th to 14th, as well as on February 15th, which is the day of the tragic incident. Police officials familiar with the investigation have disclosed that during these exchanges, the two discussed how to trap Junaid and Nasir. Rajasthan police said and I am quoting, One of the accused and Monu had an elaborate discussion on Junaid and Nasir. They ideated and planned the entire incident. There was mutual agreement on their plan of action and others were informed. Chats and call detail records revealed how Monu was an active part of the crime. The source added that Monu Manesar “knew how they (Junaid and Nasir) were killed and how the accused disposed of their bodies”, and that Monu and the other accused were in touch “till 15 February”. As per the Hindustan Times report, The deeg sp, Brijesh Jyoti Upadhyay, said Manesar who had traveled to Thailand, returned to Haryana two months and was arrested on September 12. He also said, “Manesar was part of the conspiracy but was not directly involved in murdering them. However, the details regarding when and how they plotted it, cannot be disclosed now. Family members of Junaid and Nasir were surprised that the police in Rajasthan who were not taking any action against the culprits had suddenly held Monu. Junaid’s wife Sajida said and I am quoting, that strict punishment should be given to Manesar as they burnt alive her husband. “I have six children and facing financial problems to feed them after my husband’s death. I fully believe Rajasthan police but Manesar should be hanged. Nasir’s wife Barfirna said and I am quoting again, “I am feeding two kids, who were adopted by my husband. I thank Rajasthan police for arresting Manesar, but all other absconded accused should be arrested.” Manesar’s arrest has created resentment among right-wing outfits which have accused Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar of betraying them for votes. There are reports that members of Bajrang Dal in Gurugram and Nuh have started quitting citing witch-hunting. As per a report by the New Indian Express Bharat Bhushan, state coordinator of Bajrang Dal, Haryana said and I am quoting, “We never thought that BJP would succumb to the political pressure and arrest Monu Manesar who has always promoted cow safety. This is done by CM Khattar himself. The way they are focusing on Monu Manesar and Bittu Bajrangi, they should have focused on Mewat and the cow smugglers in that region. Meanwhile, as per a report by ABP Hindi, a video has gone viral on social media showing that Monu was in contact with Anmol, the brother of gangster Lawrence Bishnoi. He was considering joining his gang. He had taken the phone number of the gangster.

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