Internet shut off for 48 hours after man is shot dead in Rajasthan's Bhilwara

Police say four bike-borne attackers opened fire on the brothers to reclaim the murder of Adarsh Tapadia . The brothers were shot at by four unidentified people on two bikes .

According to police, four bike-borne attackers opened fire on the brothers to reclaim the murder of Adarsh Tapadia six months earlier, killing the man and injuring him, according to Additional Director General of Police (Law and Order) Hawa Singh Ghumaria, who said the city is now completely under surveillance.The assassins are being investigated, according to the Assistant Superintendent of Police Jyestha Maitreyi, who said that four unidentified people on two bikes approached Ibrahim Pathan, 34, and Qamaruddin, 22, at the Badla intersection and fired three rounds at them.According to a preliminary report, Ibrahim was killed while being treated in the city in May this year as a result of a long-running conflict between two groups.Bhilwara was plagued by social viola, as police arrested three boys as well as half a dozen others.The city was eventually closed down due to the appeal of Hindu organisations.

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