Bharatpur: Rajasthan Police says that Monu Manesar’s life is in danger. For this reason the investigation team is avoiding his physical appearance in the courts. Rajasthan Police said that the video chats obtained by Haryana Police of Monu’s conversation with Lawrence Bishnoi reveal that Monu Manesar wanted to join the Bishnoi gang a year ago. Deeg Superintendent of Police Brijesh Jyoti Upadhyay said that when the investigation team came to know that video chats of the conversation between Monu and Lawrence Bishnoi had come to light, they had to start investigation on this angle also.
According to police sources, the conversation between Monu and Lawrence through WhatsApp video chat is about a year old. The police are now investigating the aspects of contact between the two. Haryana Police had recovered these video chats from the mobile phone recovered during Monu’s arrest on September 12. Rajasthan Police says that Monu’s life is in danger in the open. This is the reason why Gopalgarh police station in-charge Santosh Sharma and hill police officer Girraj Meena gave an application in the Common Court and presented Monu Manesar through video conferencing.
Rajasthan Police said in the court – Since the case of Monu Manesar is of communal violence. In such a situation, due to maintenance of law and order and threat to Monu’s life from some religious organizations, it would be better to present him through video conferencing. On September 14, the Common Court had sent Monu to judicial custody for 15 days. After this, the case of 29-year-old Monu Yadav alias Monu Manesar came up for hearing when Deeg police took him on production warrant from Haryana on September 12. Police arrested Monu under sections 302, 368, 201, 147,148, 149, 435, 364, 365 387 in connection with the Bhiwani double murder.
Monu Manesar was arrested by Rajasthan Police about 212 days after the murder of Junaid and Nasir. Three accused had already been arrested in the Bhiwani double murder case. Junaid and Nasir’s family member Ismail had filed a complaint at Gopalgarh police station on February 16 against five people including Monu Manesar for burning two of their family members alive. Rajasthan’s Bharatpur police had on March 6 announced a reward of Rs 5,000 on each of the eight accused allegedly involved in the murder of the duo. Their photographs were released by Bharatpur Police on 22 February.