'Love Triangle', Not'Love-Jihad' Behind Brutal Murder of Man in Rajasthan?


"The accused has been arrested and a special investigation team (SIT) has been set up for investigation in the case", Kataria told to the media. "I have seen the video and the cries of my helpless father while he was being killed".

According to the inspector general of Udaipur, Anand Srivastava, the accused was also seen shouting at the victim in the video.

The state police confirmed that they have arrested Regar and have registered a case of murder and tampering with evidence under sections 302 and 201 of the Indian Penal Code.

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The video has emerged from Rajasthan's Rajsamand, where the police found the semi-burned and badly disfigured body of Sheikh.

In a shocking incident, a Muslim labourer in Rajasthan's Rajsamand district was hacked and then burnt alive over alleged "love jihad". The Internet has been suspended in Rajsamand to stop the circulation of two video clips that were posted on WhatsApp, allegedly by the killer.

The police had initially received information about the semi-burnt body of a man being found.

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The accused, Shambunath Raigar, also recorded the horrific act which was uploaded on social media. The video shows the murderer catching the victim unaware and pinning him to the ground before hacking him with a crude weapon and eventually setting him on fire. "We came to know that the person who killed him had called him on the pretext of giving him work", a relative said. For example, The Times of India put out a tweet that read "Reprisal for Love Jihad?", as a matter of fact, without even the liberal sleight-of-hand that puts the phrase in quotes, emphasising and ironising its maniacal, paranoid absurdity, questioning it while mentioning it.

Last month, thousands of copies of a controversial booklet were distributed to students at an event in Rajasthan warning Hindu girls of "love jihad". Furthermore, the attacker can be seen saying in the video: "Jihadis, leave our country, else you will meet the same destiny".

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