"Happy With The Investigation": Amravati Murder Victim's Brother To NDTV

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 Mahesh Kolhe, younger brother of Amravati murder victim Umesh Kolhe, today said the family could never have thought he'd be murdered over something he'd say: "He was a very mild-mannered man. He did not even retort if someone picked a fight with him." Umesh Kolhe, who ran a chemist shop in the Maharashtra town, was killed on June 21 allegedly over some WhatsApp messages in support of BJP ex-spokesperson Nupur Sharma, whose comments on Prophet Muhammad caused outrage in India and abroad.

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