India: Ex-lawmaker, brother shot dead on live TV
18 April 2023 | 5:32 am
Atiq Ahmed, imprisoned since 2019, was being taken to the hospital by police when gunmen posing as journalists opened fire at close range. The TV footage showed the assailants chanting Hindu slogans after the attack.
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