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'Jihadis leave India': Man burnt alive in Rajasthan in 'Love Jihad' case

'Jihadis leave India': Man burnt alive in Rajasthan in 'Love Jihad' case

The ranting man, in the video, viciously beats up the victim before proceeding to set his body on fire.

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

The clips, circulated on WhatsApp, emerged from the Rajasthan's Rajsamand district on Wednesday, police said.

Agricultural tools used in the murder and the victim's bike were found from the location of the murder, said an India Today report. The accused, Shambhu Lal Rega, had shot a video of the act and uploaded it to social media with a message that anyone involved in love-jihad will meet a similar fate.

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On Thursday, the shocked mother of the victim seen in a viral video who was killed said she had spoken to her son the day of his murder and didn't know why he was burnt to death in Rajasthan's Rajashmand. The accused was also seen next to the burning body making threats on "love jihad".

His family, which lives in West Bengal's Saiyadpur, Malda district, has demanded the guilty be hanged.

While the world fears the ISIS and the terror they spread in the name of Jihad, we have another set of people who commit hate-crimes and instil hatred and fear in the minds of innocent people.

The accused, identified as Shambhu Nath Raigar, had allegedly attacked one Afrazul alias Bhuttu with an axe then burned him alive. "Despite knowing the consequences, he made the video viral", Home Minister Kataria told ANI. Strict action will be taken against him (the perpetrator) once caught. I want justice. He was only killed because he was a Muslim. The pamphlets that were later withdrawn, termed Muslims as "terrorists" who trap Hindu women, sell them or even kill them and had lessons on "how to save your daughters/sisters from Love jihad".