Last month, Mohammed Afrazul, another migrant labourer from Bengal, was murdered in Rajsamand district of Rajasthan by Shambhulal Regar, who also filmed the act and recorded several videos with anti-Islam propaganda.
“The chargesheet in the case has been filed and the documents were submitted to the court of the chief judicial magistrate here in Rajsamand today,” Rajsamand SP Manoj Kumar told The Indian Express Friday.
The 'House' is currently adjourned for a break after a fierce debate that saw participants presenting numerous arguments in favour of the motion to repeal the autonomous status given to Jammu and Kashmir.
"A few days ago, I was reading about Newton...who came up with the law of gravitation? Newton did, this is what I read, you read. If you delve deeper, Bramhagupta the second had given us this rule a thousand years before Newton."
Restrictions had been imposed under Section 144 in the town on December 14 to prevent protests over the arrest of Shambhulal Regar in Rajsamand, accused of murdering labourer Afrazul Khan and sharing a video of the killing.
Regar, 36, hacked Mohammed Afrazul to death on December 6, even roping in his 14-year-old nephew to film the killing. He later posted videos of the killing along with inflammatory and communal comments to defend the act.