Nagpur: In nice aid to hundreds of his worshipers, Nagpur Police have given a ‘internet good’ to Dhirendra Krishna Shastri – the self-proclaimed ‘god’ of Bageshwar Dham, in a case filed in opposition to him by an anti -superstition. In his criticism, anti-superstition crusader Shyam Manav accused the so-called “god” of allegedly encouraging superstitious actions in his public packages in Nagpur. Sharing extra data, Nagpur Police Commissioner Amitesh Kumar stated that in investigation into the criticism and overview of “evidence” submitted by complainant Shyam Manav, founding father of “Akhil Bharatiya Andhashraddha Nirmoolan Samiti”, nothing has been discovered that would lead to motion underneath the black regime. Magical act.”
Nagpur CP Amitesh Kumar stated, “Based on the complaint filed against Bageshwar Maharaj by Manav and a video submitted by him as evidence, the police conducted an investigation into the matter. However, it was found that the program organized by Maharaj in Nagpur did not attract action under any of these laws”.
In the video, Bageshwar Maharaj might be seen reciting some traces from Hanuman Chalisa, equivalent to “Bhoot pishach nikat nahi aave”, which isn’t a apply of black magic, the police commissioner stated. “We sent a letter to Manav stating that no offense could be registered against Bageshwar Maharaj,” he stated.
Manav had filed the criticism on January 8, stating that the Bageshwar Dham ‘Baba’ organized the ‘Shree Ram Katha’ occasion in Nagpur from January 5 to 13, throughout which he organized ‘Divya Darbar’ and ‘Pret Darbar’ who inspired superstition.
In his criticism, Manav sought motion underneath the Prevention and Eradication of Human Sacrifice and Other Inhuman, Evil and Aghori Practices and Black Magic Act 2013 of Maharashtra and the Drugs Act 1954 and magic cures (objectionable ads). On January 9, Manav had addressed a press convention right here, difficult the godman to show his ‘Divya Shakti’ (divine energy) energy and win a money reward of Rs 30 lakh.
Who is Dhirendra Krishna Shastri?
Dhirendra Shastri is the Chief Priest of Bageshwar Dham in Gada village in Chhatarpur district of Madhya Pradesh. The man-god made headlines after making a controversial comment saying ‘Support me and I gives you a Hindu nation’. Shastri also referred to as Bageshwar Dham Sarkar stated that India is a rustic the place even an incredible sage like Goswami Tulsidas who wrote the ‘Ramcharitmanas’ had to face challenges.
Shastri additionally issued a warning saying, “Any priest, cleric or person who challenges Sanatan Dharma will receive an appropriate response.” “But then I say, you support me, I will give the Hindu nation,” he advised his many supporters. On the alleged non secular conversions, Shastri stated: “We are bringing Hindus back to the religion they acquired at birth. Some people are creating a nuisance. They have to be taught a lesson. As long as I am alive, I will will make all Sanatani Hindus return to their original faith.”
Several senior BJP leaders, together with Kailash Vijayvargiya and Kapil Mishra, have proven their help for the 26-year-old “godman”. who is thought to journey across the nation for non secular addresses often called “katha”.