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.
Banerjee also talked to the the deceased's widow over phone and said she would send a team of ministers and party MPs to Khan's 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.
The Additional District and Sessions Court will pronounce the punishment on Monday, special public prosecutor Mahaveer Jindal said.
Directives to this effect were already in place for all government-run schools. Now they will also apply to the 800-odd hostels, an official said.
The Rajasthan Cricket Association was suspended by BCCI in May 2014 when ex-IPL Commissioner Lalit Modi was re-elected as the president.
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.
Vasundhara Raje said that changes were required before its Padmavati release so that “it does not hurt the sentiments of any community”.
"I had no option then to move the high court for relief and I am happy that the court understood the plight of the third gender and directed the department to give my appointment," Ganga said.
The Supreme Court also clarified that the state will not cross 50% of reservation until the writ petition is decided by High Court.
The court was of the view that the Rajasthan government must take prior permission of the apex court before implementing the new provisions sought to be introduced by the bill.