Randomness in Elgamel [closed]

Suppose that, instead of choosing r completely at random in ElGamal public key encryption, a lazy encryptor (Alice) derives it by following r′= 2r. Suppose also that Eve knows that Alice had encrypted the same message m with the two random numbers r and r′= 2r, thus creating two ciphertexts {k, c} and {k′, c′}. Answer the following questions.

(a) Show how Eve can derive the message m using the two ciphertexts and the public key provided by Alice.

Usually the cipher text in El Gamal is of the form $$c=(c1,c2)$$, where $$c1 = g^{r}$$ and $$c2 = m.h^{r}$$. Now, if $$r' = 2r$$, then we have $$c'=(c1',c2')$$ where $$c2' = m.h^{2r}$$.
Considering the above, what happens if we divide c2' by c2, i.e $$\frac{c2'}{c2}$$. Would we be able to obtain some information from the this division operation that we just did.
Another way to think of this would be the fact that El Gamal is not IND-CCA secure as it is multiplicatively homomorphic in the presence of a decryption oracle. Maybe this answer will help you understand this property better. This property here will help us do the above division through which the attacker can obtain the value of $$h^{r}$$ and consequently the value of $$m$$.