According to eyewitnesses, some policemen from Ram Nagar police station reached the Kanjar slum in simple clothing in the afternoon to arrest 55-year-old Gurjar for gambling.
According to SP, Karauli several teams had been formed under the supervision of Additional SP Prakash Chand, for nabbing the accused.
The police had earlier registered an FIR on September 26 against 759 people in connection with the incident.
Congress leader Poonam Chaudhary, a former district president of the women’s wing of the Congress Seva Dal, has gone missing.
The apex court said the probe be conducted by a fresh team of investigators headed by a senior police official and it must be concluded within two months from today.
The Congress had shifted the MLAs backing Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot to the Jaisalmer's Suryagarh hotel while accusing the BJP of the bid to topple its government in the state.
The family members of the deceased man accused the police station of thrashing him severely leading to his death.
Sources said that Jain was taken to Best Western Country Inn where he reportedly admitted that he had visited the resort but was yet to give the details about who he met there.
The development comes amid allegations by the Congress that the minister is involved in a bid to topple the Ashok Gehlot government.
Rajasthan crisis: Gajendra Shekhawat doubts audio tapes' authenticity after police seek voice sample
His remarks indicated that he is unlikely to join the probe amid a raging political controversy over the audio clips.
It is alleged that many of the Haryana Police personnel did not have their name badges and did not share their names and rank to their Rajasthan counterparts.
The Rajasthan police had sent a Special Operations Group (SOG) team to BJP-ruled Haryana to collect voice samples of some dissident MLAs.
Rajasthan 'horse trading': Two FIRs lodged, Union Minister Gajendra Shekhawat rebuts Congress' charges
Congress demanded the arrest of Shekhawat and rebel Congress MLA Bhanwarlal Sharma after two audio clips surfaced pertaining to an alleged conspiracy to topple the state government.
On the night of July 1, Udaipur police had conducted raids on multiple locations of the city and arrested 17 people including seven women under the PITA Act.
One of the spies was honey-trapped through a fake account on Facebook with the name Anushka Chopra in March 2019 and started supplying info to ISI for money.