The Gujarat Anti-Terrorism Squad will look into the death of a young man “over a Facebook post.”

The Gujarat Anti-Terrorism Squad will look into the death of a young man "over a Facebook post."

In the case, three people have been arrested so far: Sabbir Chopda, 24, and Imtiyaz Pathan, 27, both from Dhandhuka, and Maulana Mohammad Ayub Javarawala from Jamalpur in the city.

The Gujarat government entrusted the inquiry into the death of Kishan Bharwad (Boliya), who was on bail after being arrested for a “objectionable” social media post, to the Anti-Terrorism Squad on Saturday.”The ATS has been entrusted with the investigation of the Dhandhuka violent incident. Harsh Sanghavi, Minister of State for Home, tweeted, “Gujarat police is committed to providing justice to the victim family.” On Friday, he and another minister, Kiritsinh Rana, paid a visit to the family.

Kishan, 27, was riding pillion on his cousin Bhaumik Boliya’s two-wheeler when two bike-borne assailants opened fire at him around 5.30 p.m. on Tuesday in Modhwada, Ahmedabad district’s Dhandhuka town, according to police. Kishan later died as a result of his bullet wounds.In the case, three people have been arrested so far: Sabbir Chopda, 24, and Imtiyaz Pathan, 27, both from Dhandhuka, and Maulana Mohammad Ayub Javarawala from Jamalpur in the city.

On January 6, 2022, the deceased posted a Facebook update in which he made offensive statements about a religion. After a complaint, a FIR was filed against Kishan at the Dhandhuka police station. “After Kishan was granted bail, the duo (Chopda and Pathan) decided to kill him and were given the pistol and ammo by the Maulana,” a senior official from the Ahmedabad (rural) police department said on Friday.

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