Bharatiya Janata Party chief Uma Bharti has expressed anguish over the Palghar lynching incident on behalf of the ‘sant samaj’ to Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray. In a letter to the CM, Bharti, a former Union minister within the Narendra Modi authorities, mentioned that the saint group of the nation is indignant over the killing of two seers in Palghar district. Calling him the “son of a great father (Bal Thackeray)”, Bharti urged the Shiv Sena chief to take strict motion in opposition to these behind the killings.
“You are the son of a great father and you are a man who is known for honouring the saints,” she mentioned in her letter to CM Uddhav.
“The killing of great seers in Palghar is a heinous crime and is a sin from the religion point of view. You are the Chief Minister, you didn’t do this but since it took place in a state which is governed by you, all involved in the crime should be punished,” the BJP chief mentioned in her letter.
Bharti mentioned that the position of police must also be probed they usually be booked for homicide below Section 302 of the IPC. She mentioned the cops might have opened fireplace to avoid wasting the lives of the seers.
“This is my request to you to punish all the police officials involved in the crime else you will be a partner in this crime,” she mentioned, including that she can be on a day-long quick right now at her Bhopal residence on Tuesday.
“I expect you to take steps to punish the perpetrators.” she mentioned.
Bharti mentioned that she is going to go to the location of the incident after the lockdown is lifted and can search forgiveness on behalf of the society and the nation.
The Uddhav Thackeray authorities is going through criticism from friend-turned-foe BJP over the killings of three folks together with two saints in Palghar on April 16. The state authorities has claimed that 5 essential accused have been arrested and warned in opposition to giving a communal color to the crime.
CM Uddhav on Monday urged Union Home Minister Amit Shah to take motion in opposition to these giving a communal color to the lynching incident and knowledgeable that the state authorities has already ordered a high-level inquiry.