In Gujarat, a man was killed after making a Facebook post.

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In Gujarat, a man was killed after making a Facebook post, and the state government has turned over the investigation to the ATS. The ATS has been tasked with investigating the violent event at Dhandhuka.” “Gujarat Police is determined to provide justice to the victim’s family,” Sanghavi tweeted earlier on Saturday in Gujarati.
The Gujarat government has delegated the inquiry into the death of a 27-year-old man to the Anti-Terrorism Squad in response to a Facebook post that reportedly offended religious sensitivities (ATS).
Harsh Sanghavi, Minister of State for Home, stated that the Gujarat Police is committed to providing justice to the victim’s family.
“The ATS has been tasked with investigating the violent event at Dhandhuka.” “Gujarat Police is determined to provide justice to the victim’s family,” Sanghavi tweeted earlier on Saturday in Gujarati.
Sanghavi, who had earlier visited the victim’s native Chachana village in Surendranagar district, informed reporters that the probe into the murder at Dhandhuka had been handed over to the ATS, according to news agency PTI.
Kishan Bharwad (Boliya) was shot dead by two unidentified bike-borne assailants on January 25 while he and his cousin Bhaumik Boliya were going through the Modhwada locality of Dhandhuka town on a two-wheeler at around 5: 30 p.m.
The victim’s cousin eventually filed a police report in this regard. He, however, was unable to identify the perpetrators and suggested that this could be related to the Facebook post.
Shabbir Chopra (25), Imtiaz Pathan (27), and Maulvi Mohammad Ayub Javrawala (Maulvi Mohammad Ayub Javrawala) were detained later on Friday in connection with the murder of Bharwad, who was out on bail.
On January 6, the 27-year-old deceased uploaded a post on Facebook, prompting some members of the Muslim community to submit a police complaint, stating that it hurt their feelings.

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