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Wednesday, February 21, 2024

Bhim army worker, who had announced a bounty for chopping off Swami Rambhadracharya’s head, arrested: Aligarh

A Bhim army worker had posted a video announcing a bounty for anyone who chops off the head and gouges out the eyes of Tulsipeeth’s Swami Rambhadracharya. As the video went viral, demands were made to arrest the worker. Bhim army worker David Jatav, son of Satyaveer Singh, was arrested on 7 February by the Aligarh Police.

The Bhim army worker is a resident of Aligarh District’s Pusawali village in Uttar Pradesh. Furthermore, he works in a company in Noida. In the viral video, he announced that anyone who chops off the Hindu Acharya’s head would be given two lakhs, and he would reward three lakhs to one who gouges out Swami Rambhadracharya’s eyes. He uploaded the offensive video on 6 February. As the video went viral on the social media platform X, demands for his arrest and strict action were made.

He was identified, and a case was registered against him at Barla Police Station based on a complaint filed by Ramgopal, who resides in the same village. SP (Dehat) Palash Bansal confirmed that a case has been registered in the matter. He was presented in court by the Aligarh Police and sent to jail. Police station in-charge Ranjit Kumar stated that the accused, David Jatav, was arrested and sent to jail on court orders. Further investigations into the matter are ongoing.

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