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Owaisi asks Modi to express grief on death of Junaid, Nasir, BRS Refutes Owaisi’s request

New Delhi: AIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi on Sunday asked Prime Minister Narendra Modi to express grief on the deaths of two Muslim men in Bhiwani allegedly killed by members of a Hindutva group. While Bahujana Rashtra Samithi (BRS) National President MA Mujeeb reminded Owaisi not to fool lower the image of Muslim minorities by his divide and help RSS policy, Mujeeb added.

Mujeeb said in-spite of the fact when more than 2000 minorities’ members’ were killed in 2002 in Gujarat, Modi did not express or demonstrate sorry state of Gujarat affairs, India lead by reverse gear India driven PM Narendra Modi

“Sir @narendramodi Junaid & Naseer where kidnapped & beaten and burned to death by so called Gau rakshaks,both where young have small children

Please a tweet to express your grief Wazir e Azam for these 2 stars of Meo Muslims,” he said tagging the PM on Twitter.

Owaisi said this as a response to the news of the Prime Minister delivering a condolence message to the demise of Telugu actor and politician Nandamuri Taraka Ratna.

A court in Rajasthan’s Bharatpur district sent one of the accused, Rinku Saini, to police remand on Saturday in connection with the death of two Muslim men from the state whose charred bodies were found in a car in Haryana after they were allegedly abducted by cow vigilantes.

Station House Office, Gopalgarh, Ramnaresh Meena said no fresh arrest has been made in the case so far.

“The arrested accused Rinku Saini was produced before the court today from where he was sent to five days police remand. The accused will be further interrogated,” the SHO said.

The family members of the deceased had named five men linked to the Bajrang Dal in their complaint to the police.

Saini, 32, a resident of Firozpur Jhirka in Haryana’s Nuh district, was arrested on the basis of interrogation and technical analysis on Friday night.

He works as a taxi diver and was involved with a cow vigilante group, the police said.

Nasir (25) and Junaid alias Juna (35), both residents of Ghatmeeka village in Bharatpur district of Rajasthan, were allegedly abducted on Wednesday and their bodies were found inside a burnt car in Loharu in Bhiwani in Haryana on Thursday morning.

Junaid had a criminal record of cattle smuggling and five cases were registered against him at different police stations, a police officer said.

The last rites of the two, who were related to each other, were conducted on Friday after authorities announced a financial aid of Rs 20.5 lakh to each of the affected families.

One of the key accused in the case is Mohit Yadav alias Monu Manesar, the Gurugram district president of Bajrang Dal.

He was earlier named in an attempt to murder case registered at Pataudi police station in Gurugram on February 7.

While on the run, Manu Manesar released a video message claiming his innocence in the Rajasthan case.