Jamia shooter fired at children from SUV in Haryana : india

According to the information, the youth, who has more than 13,000 followers on Instagram, hails from Jewar in Uttar Pradesh and calls himself Godse 2.0 after Nathuram Godse, the assassin of Mahatma Gandhi.

In 2020, the shooter, who opened fire in protest against the citizenship law near Jamia Millia University, has created another controversy after a provocative video from his Instagram account went viral. The youth, who calls himself "Rambhakt Gopal" and is currently out on bail, has made his account private after several social media users shared the video demanding strict action against him. In fact, Gopal, arrested for making a communal speech against the Muslim community during a 'mahapanchayat' in Pataudi, was granted bail by a Haryana court last year.

At the same time, in the video going viral on social media, it is seen that the young man is sitting in the car and the gun is pointing outwards. Whatever children are seen on the way, they are being threatened by pointing guns at them. Due to which the children are seen running away in fear. The words "Gau Raksha Dal, Mewat Road, Haryana" have been written in Hindi on the video.


Jamia shooter fired at children from SUV in Haryana According to the information, the youth, who has more than 13,000 followers on Instagram, hails from Jewar in Uttar Pradesh and calls himself Godse 2.0 after Nathuram Godse, the assassin of Mahatma Gandhi.  In 2020, the shooter, who opened fire in protest against the citizenship law near Jamia Millia University, has created another controversy after a provocative video from his Instagram account went viral. The youth, who calls himself "Rambhakt Gopal" and is currently out on bail, has made his account private after several social media users shared the video demanding strict action against him. In fact, Gopal, arrested for making a communal speech against the Muslim community during a 'mahapanchayat' in Pataudi, was granted bail by a Haryana court last year.  At the same time, in the video going viral on social media, it is seen that the young man is sitting in the car and the gun is pointing outwards. Whatever children are seen on the way, they are being threatened by pointing guns at them. Due to which the children are seen running away in fear. The words "Gau Raksha Dal, Mewat Road, Haryana" have been written in Hindi on the video.  In another video, a group of youths are shown showing pistols and a youth is being dragged to make them sit in the back seat of the SUV, while the youth is seen lying on the ground struggling to free himself. The video was purportedly posted with the caption, "Take away the cow smuggler".  On the other hand, due to heavy criticism after these videos were shared on social media, Gopal took his Instagram account private and took to Twitter to reply to those who are demanding action on him.  According to the information, the youth, who has more than 13,000 followers on Instagram, hails from Jewar in Uttar Pradesh and calls himself Godse 2.0 after Nathuram Godse, the assassin of Mahatma Gandhi. He is known to regularly post inflammatory pictures and videos. Which often includes personal bodyguards and weapons. His account has several videos about cow protection, where he appears with self-styled cow protectors and announces the achievements of his "team" in rescuing cows.   Even before the shooting incident, she had posted pictures of herself with radical right-wing leaders. He also posted pictures of weapons and messages like "Shaheen Bagh, game over" and "I am giving azaadi (freedom)". Not only this, just minutes before the attack on Jamia students, he was also live streaming on Facebook.  Significantly, Gopal regularly makes controversial communal remarks in various 'Hindu Mahapanchayats' in Haryana as well. He made headlines last year for leading a huge crowd at a 'mahapanchayat' in Haryana's Pataudi, where hateful and communal slogans were allegedly raised. He was arrested in this case and later a Haryana court granted him bail.


In another video, a group of youths are shown showing pistols and a youth is being dragged to make them sit in the back seat of the SUV, while the youth is seen lying on the ground struggling to free himself. The video was purportedly posted with the caption, "Take away the cow smuggler".

On the other hand, due to heavy criticism after these videos were shared on social media, Gopal took his Instagram account private and took to Twitter to reply to those who are demanding action on him.

According to the information, the youth, who has more than 13,000 followers on Instagram, hails from Jewar in Uttar Pradesh and calls himself Godse 2.0 after Nathuram Godse, the assassin of Mahatma Gandhi. He is known to regularly post inflammatory pictures and videos. Which often includes personal bodyguards and weapons. His account has several videos about cow protection, where he appears with self-styled cow protectors and announces the achievements of his "team" in rescuing cows.


Even before the shooting incident, she had posted pictures of herself with radical right-wing leaders. He also posted pictures of weapons and messages like "Shaheen Bagh, game over" and "I am giving azaadi (freedom)". Not only this, just minutes before the attack on Jamia students, he was also live streaming on Facebook.

Significantly, Gopal regularly makes controversial communal remarks in various 'Hindu Mahapanchayats' in Haryana as well. He made headlines last year for leading a huge crowd at a 'mahapanchayat' in Haryana's Pataudi, where hateful and communal slogans were allegedly raised. He was arrested in this case and later a Haryana court granted him bail.
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