The protest was staged against the brutal killing in Rajsamand, where Mohammed Afrazul Khan, a Bengali migrant worker in Rajasthan was burnt alive, allegedly for 'love jihad'.
Raigar told reporters that he killed Afrazul to rescue a Hindu girl who had eloped with the labourer. However, police investigation revealed that Afrazul had not connection with the incident.
The Chief Minister also sent a team of Ministers and party MPs to visit the family in Malda district.
“We have also detained his minor nephew as it was he who shot the videos, including that of the murder,” Inspector General of Police, Udaipur range, Anand Shrivastava, said.
In a video that is doing the rounds, Shambhu Nath Raigar can be seen beating Mohammad Bhatta Sheikh and later pouring kerosene on his body.
A bench comprising Chief Justice Dipak Misra and Justices A M Khanwilkar and D Y Chandrachud said that it will deal with this plea on November 27 itself when the woman would be brought before it for interaction.
The pamphlet, titled Jihad and Love Jihad, tells Hindu girls to be “aware of Muslim men who are out on a ‘Love Jihad’”, further listing ways in which they lure girls into converting to Islam.
In a possible case of ‘Love Jihad’, a former Mumbai model has alleged that her Muslim husband forced her to follow his religion, adding that he tortured and assaulted her to do so.
The NIA said, of the 89 suspected cases of love jihad, it probed nine and found starting similarities in the matter of conversion of Hindu girls into Islam.