The duo who chased the killers of Udaipur’s tailor Kanhaiya Lal for 30 km are now heroes. Udaipur News – Times of India

JAIPUR: Shakti Singh And Prahlad Singh, of Tal village near Lasani in Rajasthan’s Rajsamand district, received a call from a police friend on the afternoon of June 28 after he saw a viral video of the Udaipur tailor. Kanhaiya Lal Sahu’s gruesome beheading.
The caller sought his help to track down the two assailants, Ghaus Mohammad and Mohammad Riaz, who were escaping from Udaipur on a bike with registration number RJ27 AS 2611, hours after the murder. They were somewhere between Deogarh and Bhima in the district—an area where Power And Prahlad lives.

Within 20 minutes of the call, the duo spotted the bike from a bus stand where they were standing and informed the police. Asked not to lose sight of the suspects, they immediately got on the bike. He chased the suspects for more than 30 km in the rugged rural area of ​​the Aravallis, and kept in touch with the police throughout, explaining every twist and turn.

cops chasing udaipur killers with ashok gehlot

Ghaus and Riyaz tried to intimidate them with the same knives they used to cut the head of a 40-year-old man. Shakti and Prahlad did not speak. Within no time the accused got caught in the trap of the police.
Shakti and Prahlad became instant heroes and their fearless pursuit entered the tales of Rajasthan’s heroism.
they met the chief minister Ashok Gehlot in Jaipur on Monday evening as part of a delegation that had Bhim MLA Sudarshan Singh Rawat and Rajput Karni Sena national president Mahipal Singh Makrana.
“We requested the chief minister to give government jobs to Shakti Singh and Prahlad Singh, maybe in the police,” Makrana said.
What prompted both of them to risk their lives? “They had brutally killed a man and his arrest was necessary. Thankfully God chose us for this job and we could do it. There was no fear as we were keeping a safe distance,” Shakti added. Said, who was riding backwards and kept in constant touch. copes with. “They were smart and took far-flung roads through small villages. But we are locals,” Prahlad said.
Meanwhile, Kanhaiya Lal’s assistant Ishwar Gaur has been discharged from the hospital. Police guards are stationed outside his house.