Print edition : January 19, 2018

Policemen and Special Task Force personnel on guard in front of a mosque at Hussaini crossing, Rajsamand. Photo: T.K. Rajalakshmi

Mohammad Afrazul.

Shambhu Lal Regar, who killed Mohammad Afrazul.

Police in action against demonstrators at a rally taken out despite the surcharged atmosphere that prevailed in Udaipur on December 14. Photo: PTI

Gulbahar Bibi (second from right), the widow of Mohammad Afrazul, with their three daughters at Kaliachawk in West Bengal. Photo: Soumya Das

The entrance to the Regar colony, where Shambhu Lal’s family lives. Photo: T.K. Rajalakshmi

The rented house in Doyinda Kasbah in Rajsamand where Afrazul lived along with other workers. Photo: T.K. Rajalakshmi

Civil rights activists staging a demonstration at Gandhi Circle in Jaipur on December 8, 2017, demanding Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje’s resignation over the brutal murder of Mohammad Afrazul. Photo: Rohit Jain Paras

The series of attacks on Muslims in Rajasthan, including the latest one, the murder of a migrant worker in Rajsamand, have created a climate of fear and anxiety in the minority community.
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