Atiq Ahmed’s Main Shooter Lavlesh Tiwari’s Picture With Union Minister Smriti Irani Goes Viral

Shooter Lavlesh Tiwari’s Picture With Union Minister Smriti Irani Goes Viral: On the night of April 15th, in Prayagraj, Uttar Pradesh, Atiq Ahmed, a former MP and mafia member, and his brother Ashraf were killed by three young individuals who fired bullets while they were in police custody. The incident has raised concerns about the state of law and order under the Yogi government in UP, as well as the police’s role. Despite being present, the police did not intervene and remained passive observers. The three individuals responsible for the murder were apprehended by the police and have since been remanded to judicial custody for 14 days.

According to the police, the motive behind the murder was the perpetrators’ aspiration to become notorious gangsters. The opposition parties, such as the Samajwadi Party, have expressed skepticism about the incident. The Samajwadi Party is looking at the possible link between one of the murderers and the BJP, while also alleging that the murder was part of a premeditated plot. The case has now been escalated to the Supreme Court.

There is currently a great deal of speculation on social media regarding whether Lavlesh Tiwari, one of the individuals involved in the murder, has any ties to the BJP. A photo of Tiwari sitting at a private event with Union Minister Smriti Tiwari has been circulating online, shared by SP leader IP Singh. However, there is no confirmation from eyewitnesses regarding the authenticity of the photo. Singh shared three images on Twitter, along with the statement, “The shooter is in close proximity to Union Minister Smriti Irani. The criminal was also present at Madam’s internal program. What was Atiq’s shooter Lavlesh Tiwari trying to learn from Madam? The judiciary should be suspended. In a country ruled by the BJP Taliban government, there is no need for courts.”

Lavlesh Tiwari’s Facebook profile identifies him as Maharaj Lavlesh Tiwari, and he holds the position of district cum security head in the Bajrang Dal, as stated in his bio.

Reports indicate that following the murder of Atiq Ahmed and his brother, the three accused individuals shouted the slogan “Jai Shri Ram.” This suggests an attempt to connect the incident to religion and potentially incite communal tension. The massacre has sparked a flurry of online activity, with numerous posts expressing both support and opposition to the event. It is concerning that this tragedy may serve as inspiration for young people to take violent actions under the guise of religious affiliation.

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Despite coming from ordinary families, the three accused were found in possession of a foreign-made pistol worth six lakhs in connection with the murder. This raises the question of how they acquired such an expensive weapon. Further investigation is needed to determine if someone provided the pistol or funded its purchase. It has been reported that the murder weapon used to shoot Atiq and Ashraf was a Jigana Made pistol, which is manufactured in Turkey and banned in India. The high price tag for this type of firearm adds to the mystery surrounding the source of the weapon.

Several BJP leaders initially expressed pride in the murder before subsequently deleting their tweets, including Swatantradev Singh who retracted his statement on the concepts of good and evil, and Kailash Vijayvargiya who did the same. Meanwhile, others have expressed support and approval for this event, effectively endorsing anarchy.

Atiq Ahmed was a criminal who faced allegations of committing numerous murders, and we do not condone his actions. It is our belief that he should have been punished, but through the legal system. However, the manner in which his death is being celebrated suggests that some people believe that the rule of law is no longer necessary in our country. This is concerning, as it implies that there is a generation that lacks faith in law and order, or that individuals are being coerced into adopting such a viewpoint. This way of thinking could have grave consequences in the future.