Gujarat senior journalist murdered while working in office

Bhavesh is the son of former agricultural minister from Bhartiya Janata Party. A woman had, a year ago, alleged Bhavesh of raping her and Dabe had printed the report in his newspaper. The news led to rift between the journalist and the minister’s son. Dabe did not stop writing about the wrongdoings of Bhavesh even after being given life threats

Arnima Dwivedi

Arnima DwivediBy Arnima Dwivedi

Published on 23 Aug 2016 5:05 AM GMT

Gujarat senior journalist murdered while working in office
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Gandhinagar: A senior journalist Kishor Dabe was killed on intervening night of Monday and Tuesday, by some unidentified men, at his office in Junagarh district of Gujarat.

Dabe was the bureau-chief of ‘Hind’ newspaper and was assassinated while working in his office.

The family members of the journalist have alleged that Bhavesh, the son of a former agricultural minister, has murdered Dabe. They stated that Dabe had earlier told the police about recieving life threats.

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The incident:

  • Bhavesh is the son of former agricultural minister from Bhartiya Janata Party.
  • A woman had, a year ago, alleged Bhavesh of raping her and Dabe had printed the report in his newspaper.
  • The news led to rift between the journalist and the minister’s son. Dabe did not stop writing about the wrongdoings of Bhavesh even after being given threats.
  • Dabe was working in his office, in wee hours on Tuesday, when he was attacked by some unidentified men.
  • The murderers attacked Dabe with sharp weapons that led to his death on the spot.
  • Dabe’s brother has alleged that the journalist has been murdered by Bhavesh.

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Arnima Dwivedi

Arnima Dwivedi

A journalist, presently working as a sub-editor with newstrack.com. I love exploring new genres of humans and humanity.

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