The National Investigation Agency (NIA) has registered a case under the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act (UAPA) against those accused of killing Umesh Kolhi, a chemist in Amravati, Maharashtra. On Saturday, the central government decided that the National Intelligence Agency would conduct an investigation into the killing of the chemist. The center made this decision in light of concerns that the killing of the chemist might be as large as a social media post in support of the suspended BJP.
According to official sources, the National Intelligence Agency has decided to register the case as per the order of the Ministry of Health and based on the report submitted by Maharashtra DGP Rajneesh Seth. Both the barbaric killings in Udaipur and Amravati are personally supervised by the Director General of the National Intelligence Agency, Dinkar Gupta.
Team NIA went to Amravati on Friday
The National Intelligence Agency had sent a team to Amravati on Friday and came to the conclusion that Kolhi was killed for supporting Nupur Sharma. The main culprit is said to be still on the run, while two others who were complicit in the crime have been arrested. This murder occurred five days before the murder of the tailor in Udaipur. When the accident happened, there was Maha Vikas Agadi government in the state, but now the situation has changed.
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A reference was found in the investigation report
The internal security agencies had already received a tip-off from the state’s Public Security Directorate on Thursday alleging the killing of pharmacist Umesh Kulhi for supporting the statements made by the arrested BJP leader Sharma against the Prophet Muhammad.
The police arrested five people
Maharashtra Police have so far arrested five people in connection with the Amravati massacre and the search continues for a man named Irrfan Khan, who runs an NGO who is the main suspect in the case. Kulhi was killed on his way home on two wheels after his shop closed between 10pm and 10:30pm.