Man burnt alive in alleged case of love jihad in Rajasthan

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In the video, it can be seen that initially the perpetrator hits the man killed with an agricultural equipment, then pours kerosene on his body and burns it.

The police asked nearby people of the areas to identify the person, and the man in the video was identified as Mohammed Bhatta Sheikh but official confirmation is awaiting.

In the video, the accused can be seen beating the victim and then setting him on fire.

The home minister told ANI: 'The video is gut-wrenching.

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Not just that, the perpetrator of the heinous crime made a video of the act which was later put on the social media.

A video has gone viral which DNA has access to but hasn't published because of its graphic nature, shows a man attacking and burning another man over alleged "love jihad". A motorcycle and a scooty can also be seen in the video.

State home minister Gulabchand Kataria condemned the incident and said that the investigation has been handed over to SIT for further investigation.

Who's responsible for brainwashing Shambhulal Raigar, that he's ready to kill to prevent "love jihad" and readily own up as well, victorious, confident, unapologetic?

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According to a TimesNow report, the victim, whose half-charred body was found, has been identified as 48-year-old Mohammed Afrazul, who belonged to West Bengal's Malda district.

The tool used for murder, the victim's motorbike and his slippers were found in the crime scene. I want Insaaf (justice).

The most famous case in recent times of the so-called "love jihad" is that of Hindu woman Akhila Ashokan from Kerala whose parents moved court to annul her marriage to her Muslim husband.

Shambhu Lal took Afrazul to an agriculture farm, just 700 meters from the Rajsamand district collector office.

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He was only killed because he was a Muslim.

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