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Cops recover blood-stained clothes in Kamlesh Tiwari murder

On Saturday, the Gujarat anti-terrorism squad blew the lid off a radicalised Islamist group in Surat by arresting three persons in their early 20s, who perhaps engineered the first blasphemy killing in India.

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LUCKNOW: Two days after an appellant in the Ayodhya title suit, Kamlesh Tewari, was murdered at his office-cum-residence in Lucknow, police have recovered clothes and bags from a hotel room in Lalbagh on Sunday. Lucknow police have claimed that the belongings recovered from the hotel room are of two suspects who were spotted in CCTV near Tewari’s house after his murder. The police were able to recover the belongings after its 50 teams checked over 200 hotels in Naka, Lalbagh and Charbagh area. A press note issued by the Lucknow police has stated that two persons identified as Ashfaq Hussain and Moinuddin Ahmad, both residents of Jeelani apartments in Surat, Gujarat, had booked room number G-103 in the same hotel room. They had arrived at the hotel at 11.08pm on October 17. The duo checked out from the room at 1.37pm on October 18. During the raid, police also recovered shaving kit, a box of new mobile phone, saffron-coloured clothes, towel with stains of blood-soaked and bags. Lucknow police claim that efforts were on to nab the duo. On Saturday, the Gujarat anti-terrorism squad blew the lid off a radicalised Islamist group in Surat by arresting three persons in their early 20s, who perhaps engineered the first blasphemy killing in India.

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