On a day the Maharashtra authorities denied any communal angle to the mob violence that led to the killing of three individuals together with two seers in Palghar district, the Vishwa Hindu Parishad has blamed the “growing leftist ideology in the region” for the incident and demanded stern motion towards the culprits. VHP’s normal secretary Milind Parande has termed the killings as a shameful act and alleged that the ambush gave the impression to be a part of a deeper conspiracy and went on to assert that there have been incidents of brutal violence impressed by leftists within the space.
“The killers and their accomplices should be punished at the earliest after a high level investigation into their involvement in this brutal incident,” he stated.
Parande stated that Maharashtra is thought for holding saints in excessive esteem and guaranteeing their security and safety, however the actions of leftists have been happening in Palghar on a excessive pitch. “They also have a long history of killing Hindu leaders. Mob lynchings are part of the Left’s own action plan. The country has not forgotten the heinous murder of Swami Lakshmananand ji maharaj,” Parande stated.
He stated that some folks have been arrested following strain from the saint fraternity however the principle accused are nonetheless absconding. “The Chief Minister should order a high-level probe into the incident and must punish the killers at the earliest,” he stated.
The state authorities has claimed that 5 principal accused have been arrested in reference to the case. Besides 101 others have additionally been taken into custody.
CM Uddhav Thackeray stated that the federal government has already ordered a high-level inquiry and dominated out any communal angle within the killings. He stated that two police officers have been suspended for dereliction of responsibility and appointed ADG CID Crime Atulchandra Kulkarni to analyze the case.
The crime passed off on April 16 night time when three males from Kandivali in Mumbai have been travelling in a automotive to Surat in Gujarat to attend a funeral. Their car was stopped close to a village in Palghar. The three have been dragged out of their automotive and overwhelmed to loss of life with sticks by a mob on suspicion that they have been thieves. The deceased have been recognized as Chikne Maharaj Kalpavrukshagiri (70), Sushilgiri Maharaj (35), and their automotive driver Nilesh Telgade (30).