A video that's doing rounds on social media shows a man named Rohit Godara who is personally appealing to the Jaipur police claiming his name being misused in connection with the murder of Rashtriya Rajput Karni Sena president Sukhdev Singh Gogamedi.
In the video, he said, "I am Rohit Godara, a student studying and doing my studies. I have nothing to do with the incident that happened in Rajasthan yesterday, I am being defamed, some people are harassing me on social media by using my photo".
It could not be immediately verified whether the account through which the video was uploaded is of Rohit Godara himself.
The development came a day after unconfirmed media reports claimed that Rohit Godara who had links with Lawrence Bishnoi gang had claimed responsibility of the murder.
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Meanwhile, DGP Umesh Mishra has now constituted an SIT for investigation into the case. Two accused - Rohit Rathore Makrana and Nitin Fauji - have been identified by Police. A reward of Rs 5 Lakhs each leading to their arrest announced.
Meanwhile, some media reports also claim that a Haryana connection of Rajasthan's Gogamedi murder has been established. Nitin Fauji of Mahendragarh was among the shooters and he was the one who actually shot at Gogamedi; Reports said that Nitin Fauji too was in touch with the Lawrence Bishnoi gang.
Protests in Rajasthan over murder
The Rajput community on Wednesday called for a state wide bandh over the murder of Karni Sena Chief Sukhdev Singh Gogamedi.
The Chief of Rashtriya Rajput Karni Sena, Sukhdev Singh Gogamedi was shot dead in Jaipur on Tuesday by unidentified bike-borne criminals.
Calling out for immediate action in the case, Bhawani Singh Kalvi, son of Karni Sena founder Lokendra Singh Kalvi, said that the crowd will keep on increasing unless there is a positive result in nabbing those responsible. Urging all party leaders to stand in solidarity, Kalvi said that the incident is above political parties and each one of us is expecting the government to take swift action in the case.