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Monday, April 22, 2024

West Bengal: A Muslim youth and a minor boy shoot and post reels with guns

Locals of the Harishchandrapur area of Maldah district raised serious questions after videos and photos of a youth and a boy with guns went viral on social media. As the images and videos went viral, the Police initiated an investigation. However, the duo fled from the area. 

The duo has been identified as Muhammad Mubarak(19) and Muhammad Gulsed(15). They are residents of the Garra village under the Harishchandrapur-1 block. 

Recently, they uploaded some photos and reels on the social media platform Facebook. They clicked the pictures and videos in different poses. 

As the video went viral, the duo deleted the images and videos from their social media handles and fled from the village. Also, the police initiated an investigation. Till now, the duo had been untraceable. 

As the reports, the duo shot the videos in the bamboo groove near their house. The duo had worked in another state as a migrant worker and returned to the village. 

The police sources told the media that an investigation has been initiated. The police are also trying to find out if the guns are fake or real. 

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