Mahant Narendra Giri Death Case:
Mahant Narendra Giri, president of the Akhara Parishad, died under suspicious circumstances on Monday. His body was found hanging on a fan at his residence at Baghambri Math in Allapur.
As soon as the police got the information, the monastery was seized. A suicide note has been recovered from there, in which he has accused his disciple Anand Giri of harassing him. Anand Giri was taken into custody by the police after the suicide note was found. After this, Anand Giri was arrested late in the night and a case has been registered against him in Prayagraj.
Mahant Narendra Giri has also given information about his will in the suicide note. ADG Prashant Kumar told that in the suicide note, he has written what to do next regarding the monastery and the ashram, how will it be arranged, and what is the plan. In a way, his testament is in the suicide note. It is written in detail that to whom what to give and what to do with whom. According to the police, it is also written in the suicide note that he was saddened by one of his disciples. The police did not reveal the name of the disciple, but according to sources, they have written the name of Anand Giri.
Before being taken into custody, Anand Giri appeared before the media and said that he had no doubt that his guru Mahant Narendra Giri had been murdered. It should be revealed who the people are involved in this. There are many people on whom they have doubts and the truth should come out. If I am found guilty then I should also be punished.
It must be noted that Mahant Narendra Giri had recently come to the discussion in a dispute with his disciple Anand Giri. Although that dispute ended after Anand Giri apologized, but Anand could not enter the monastery and temple.
The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) has demanded a CBI inquiry into the death of Akhil Bharatiya Akhara Parishad President Narendra Giri under suspicious circumstances. AAP's Rajya Sabha MP and Uttar Pradesh in-charge Sanjay Singh said that neither the common man is safe and nor the saints under the rule of Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath.