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Man beaten with axe, burnt alive in Rajasthan

07 December 2017

After the murder, the man rants hate speech declaring that he had killed him to save sister from "love jihad".

A disturbing video that has gone viral in India shows a man from Rajasthan state hacking a Muslim migrant labour to death with an axe and then setting his body on fire. This gory incident has infuriated many people and Twitter is filled with angry tweets.

While a India Today report has said that the victim has been identified as Mohammed Bhatta Sheikh, a Times Now report has said that the deceased's name Mohammed Afrazul (48), who hailed from Malda.

Rajasthan Home Minister Gulab Chand Kataria said it was shocking "how he killed the man and made a video of it".

The gut-wrenching act recorded on camera by the accused went viral on the social media platforms.

The police said that the suspect, in a series of videos, is seen making inflammatory and communal statements.

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

The charred body was found on Wednesday afternoon by a passerby who informed the police. "Accused has been arrested and a special investigation team (SIT) has been set up for investigation in the case", Kataria told news agency ANI.

On 19 November, a controversial booklet and a pamphlet warning Hindu girls of "love jihad" were allegedly distributed at a stall in an Hindu spiritual and service fair in Jaipur, prompting the police to order an inquiry.

The term "Love Jihad" has been used by right-wing groups accusing Muslim men of feigning interest in non-Muslim women and converting them to Islam.

Amid claims that the material was handed out at a stall of Bajrang Dal, its coordinator Ashok Singh denied that it was distributed from their stall.

Man beaten with axe, burnt alive in Rajasthan