"I have seen the video and heard the cries of my helpless father while he was being killed", Rejina Khatun, Afrazul's daughter, told The Indian Express.
What is even more appalling is that the perpetrator, Shambunath Raigar, confessed to having committed this heinous crime and even filmed it..
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.
The killing of 48-year-old West Bengal migrant Mohammed Afrazul in Rajsamand on the 25th anniversary of Babri Masjid demolition is the latest hate crime against Muslims in Rajasthan, the statement said. The police also asked nearby people to identify the burnt person.
The half-burnt body of the victim has also been recovered by the police.
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The man burning the body was Regar, an unemployed man, aged between 35 and 40, from the district's Rajnagar area, police said.
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.
According to India Today, in a second video, Raigar confessed to the crime and said he is ready to surrender. However, a video surfaced on social media in which one person, Shambhu Nath Raigar, can be seen beating the victim, Mohammad Bhatta Sheikh in the video.
The family of alleged "love jehad" victim Afrazul Khan (47) are in complete shock. The video is too fearful to be shown.In the video, the culprit kills the man with an agricultural equipment, then pours kerosene on his body and sets it aflame.