Kamlesh Tiwari Killing: Main accused assume pseudo identity

NEW DELHI: Before killing Kamlesh Tiwari, one of the main suspects Ashfaq Shaikh had allegedly forged Aadhaar card to assume a pseudo identity for joining Tiwari’s Hindu Samaj Party.

According to The Indain Express reports, Rohit Kumar Solanki , who was the most unknown works as a medical representative in the pharmaceutical company in which Shaikh was team leader-cum-manager.

Ashfaq, being the manager, allegedly forged the document in the name of his companions Solanki and put only his photo in it keeping rest of the details remained the same.

Shaikh also created a fake Facebook account in the name Solanki. He then befriended Tiwari on Facebook and keep in touch with him on the phone where he expressed his desire to join his organization.

“I have been working with Ashfaq Shaikh for the last two-and-a-half years… On Sunday, I came to know, through social media, that my Aadhaar card had been misused by him… He would keep all the medical representatives’ documents with him. I have submitted a complaint to the Varachha police station,” Solanki told The Indian Express.

Shaikh and his accomplice Farid Pathan alias Moinudddin, are on the run are suspected to have carried out the killing in Lucknow on October 18

Tiwari, a former leader of the Hindu Mahasabha, was shot dead in broad daylight in Lucknow on Friday.

Tiwari (45), had formed the Hindu Samaj Party in January 2017. He had earlier served as the president of the Hindu Mahasabha.

Tiwari had made highly blasphemous remarks in 2015. He was arrested and the National Security Act (NSA) was slapped on him. Recently, the Lucknow bench of the Allahabad High Court revoked the NSA against him.

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