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4 RSS Mens From Kerala held for Killing Saudi-bound Faisal

Four RSS workers were taken into the custody by the police on Wednesday in connection with the murder of Faisal, who had converted to Islam in recent times.

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Anil Kumar had converted to Islam a few months ago and taken on the name Faisal.

Faisal converted to Islam in recent times.

Malappuram: Four RSS workers were taken into the custody by the police on Wednesday in connection with the murder of Faisal, who had converted to Islam in recent times. Their arrest will be recorded on Thursday. The four, including the close relatives of Faisal, were being questioned about their alleged associates who murdered him early on Saturday.

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The CCTV visuals recovered from a nearby shop in the street, where Faisal’s mutilated body was found, helped the police in the investigation. A car and the two bikes were seen passing through the area close to the time of the murder. The police have identified one of the vehicles.

Faisal’s mother Meenakshi’s statement  pointed the needle of a suspicion at Sangh Parivar organisations and their involvement in the  murder which was reportedly in retaliation for Faisal’s and his family’s recent conversion into Islam. Meenakshi had alleged that her son-in-law, an RSS worker, had helped the killers and have overtly passed  information on Faisal’s movements prior to the murder.

Meenakshi had also said that her son’s conversion was on his own volition and also said that she had no misgivings against his decision. “Now we have realised that so many of the recent suspicious moves of my son-in-law had connection with the murder. He had raised the threats against Faisal several times. But we never expected such a turn of events,” she said.

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