Raigar, who is lodged in Jodhpur central jail after he murdered Mohammad Afrazul from Bengal last December, named the inmate as Vasudev, an accused in the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act. Rajasthan home minister Gulab Chand Kataria said it was being investigated how Raigar got access to a mobile phone inside the jail. In the latest video, Raigar said he was "infuriated" over a "jihadist comment" targeting Hindu women, and that was why he killed Afrazul. The Jodhpur central jail administration said it had launched an "intense search operation" to find out how Raigar was able to make the videos using a cellphone. Jail superintendent Vikram Singh said they were investigating the matter and had also reviewed Raigar's security.
Source: The Telegraph February 19, 2018 21:22 UTC