Jaipur: Shambhulal Regar, who is cooling his heels in jail for killing Malda worker Afrazul Khan last year, has uploaded fresh videos on social media, taking everyone by surprise as the new uploads seem to have been shot right from his cell.
In the latest two videos, which surfaced late on Sunday night, Regar is seen speaking like a hardline Hindu for several minutes, calling upon Hindus to stand united and bring “Ram Rajya”, or the rule of 'Ram' , to India.
“This is my last video being shot in Jodhpur jail. I call all Hindus to unite and fight against ‘jihad’. They [Hindus] should not get divided on caste and creed lines,” he says.
In one of the videos, Regar says threats to Hindu women from Islamist forces have irked him.
In the video, he says his life was under threat from a fellow prisoner, Vasudev Brahmin. “We should copy the working style of Israel to protect our country and the religion,” he says.
He also says that India had no dearth of dedicated and honest officials and “we all should help them in arresting anti-nationals who are circulating drugs, fake notes, etc”.
He is also seen requesting West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee to not enrich her vote bank at the cost of the country and religion. “People like Vasudev Brahmin, who are jihadis, are taking Hindus towards finish,” he says.
Regar murdered Khan last year, on December 6, and filmed the murder along with his nephew, who was a minor.
In a recent video, he says that the prison's administration has kept him in one of the most protected cells, where he met Brahman, from West Bengal.
“We became friends and he used to share his anti-Islamic thoughts with me which made me suspicious about him,” says Regar.
He then says that this man showed him a fake identity and he could make out that the man was not a Brahmin. “He is one of those [Islamists] who have reached here to kill me,” he adds.
He is seen dressed in a jacket, well-equipped with headphones, and reading out his script in a confident manner in the videos.
In January, Rajsamand police had filed a charge sheet after concluding that Regar had an illegitimate relationship with the woman whom he referred to as his “Hindu sister” in the videos, although he strongly denies this in the second video.
Meanwhile, police sources said that although they conducted a thorough search of the jail, they did not find any mobile, dongle or any such gadget from his cell.
Sources confirmed that 2G jammers are installed in and around the jail. So, most likely, Regar shot the videos with the help of 4G jammers, they said.
Now, how and when Regar got the cell with 4G connection remains a mystery.
Home Minister Gulabchand Kataria said he would get to the bottom of the issue and only then comment.