The Ministry of Home Affairs has rushed a team of counter-terror agency NIA to Rajasthan's Udaipur after a Hindu tailor was beheaded in the city on Tuesday, by two men allegedly over a Facebook post in support of suspended BJP spokesperson Nupur Sharma. Police said both accused in the murder of Kanhaiya Lal have been arrested from Rajsamand. Meanwhile, the internet has been suspended in the city and over 600 police deployed to maintain law and order. Curfew has been imposed in seven police station areas of the city. Videos of the gruesome murder uploaded by the killers have been doing the rounds on social media. One of the videos shows two men barging into the shop and attacking Lal with knives. In another video, the duo threatened Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot said, "There's a tense atmosphere in the nation today. Why don't PM & Amit Shah ji address the nation? There is tension among people. PM should address the public&say that such violence won't be tolerated & appeal for peace." Condemning the incident, BJP leader Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore said that Rajasthan was becoming a Taliban state under Congress rule.