Shiv Sena (UBT) leader’s son Abhishek Ghosalkar killed during Facebook Live


In a distressing incident that has rocked the northern suburbs of Mumbai, India, Abhishek Ghosalkar, the son of Shiv Sena (UBT) leader Vinod Ghosalkar, was fatally shot during a Facebook Live session on Thursday, February 8. The video of the harrowing event quickly spread across social media platforms, capturing the attention of a horrified national audience.

Abhishek Ghosalkar was reportedly in the midst of a live discussion about local works from his residence in the Dahisar area when an individual, later identified as Morris Noronha, a resident of the same neighborhood, unexpectedly fired at least three rounds at him. The assailant then turned the weapon on himself, committing suicide. The motive behind this shocking act is speculated to be a personal dispute, although official comments on the matter have yet to be released.

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The immediate aftermath of the shooting saw Abhishek Ghosalkar rushed to Karuna Hospital in Borivali, where he succumbed to his injuries. This incident has not only highlighted the issue of gun violence but also raised questions about the safety and security of public figures and their families in India.

Shocking Murder in Dahisar: Abhishek Ghosalkar Shot During Live Stream, Attacker Takes Own Life

Shocking Murder in Dahisar: Abhishek Ghosalkar Shot During Live Stream, Attacker Takes Own Life

The political ramifications of this tragedy were swiftly felt, with Shiv Sena (UBT) leader Sanjay Raut condemning the incident as indicative of a “Gunda raj” (rule of goons) in Maharashtra. Raut’s statements on social media platform X pointed fingers at the government, suggesting that the shooter had connections with political figures and even accused Deputy Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis of failing in his role as Home Minister.

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This incident underscores a growing concern over the intertwining of personal vendettas and political tensions in the region. The loss of Abhishek Ghosalkar, a former BMC Municipal Corporator from Dahisar, has not only left a family in mourning but has also sparked a broader debate on the state of law and order in Maharashtra.

As the community seeks answers and justice for the Ghosalkar family, this event serves as a grim reminder of the unpredictability of violence and the vulnerability of individuals in the public eye. Investigations are ongoing, and the public eagerly awaits further developments in this case.

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The murder of Abhishek Ghosalkar during a live social media broadcast is a chilling testament to the complex interplay of personal disputes and political affiliations in modern India. It highlights the urgent need for stronger security measures for public figures and a comprehensive strategy to address the root causes of such violence. This incident also raises questions about the role of social media in broadcasting acts of violence, challenging platforms to reconsider their policies and response strategies to prevent the glorification and spread of such content.

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