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Rajasthan authorities directed CID-CB to research the priest’s homicide

Jaipur: Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot on Sunday directed the CID-CB to research the homicide of the temple priest. Gehlot has directed the CID-CB Superintendent of Police Vikas Sharma to get the whole case investigated.

Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot alleged that it was shameful that the BJP tried to make the tragic incident of Bukna village in Sapotra a land dispute between the 2 households to type an ethnic conflict between Meena and Vaishnav society. This has undermined the picture of Rajasthan unnecessarily.

In a press release, the Chief Minister stated that the incident was not an ethnic battle, nor a pre-planned episode. It was a quarrel between the 2 households over the possession of a bit of land, which changed into a heartbreaking occasion. He stated that on October 6, a day earlier than this incident, there was additionally a panchayat of the folks of the village on this land dispute, during which the folks of Meena Samaj had been in abundance. The Meena Samaj and others had been with the priest Babulal Vaishnav and the bulk Meena Samaj’s panchayat agreed with respect to the land in favor of Babulal Vaishnav and Radha Gopalji Temple.

The Chief Minister stated that the Congress Authorities has at all times strived to guard the pursuits of the monks on the lands beneath the temple. In 1991, the then BJP authorities issued an order directing the removing of monks’ title from the income report on the lands of temple pardon. On the identical time, the Congress, whether or not within the authorities or in opposition, at all times advocated the pursuits of the monks in relation to the land of the temple.

It’s noteworthy that priest Vaishnav was allegedly set ablaze on Wednesday in a land dispute, who died within the SMS hospital right here on Thursday. It’s alleged that individuals attempting to occupy the cultivated land close to the temple opened fireplace on the priest by sprinkling petrol. (Company)


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