On September 3, the Uttar Pradesh police arrested Anas Ansari for issuing a death threat to Bagheshwar Dham’s Chief Priest Pandit Dhirendra Krishna Shastri, a police official stated. Ansari has shared a submit on Instagram that includes himself the place he could be seen issuing death threats to Shashtri.
Superintendent of police (rural) Raj Kumar Agarwal stated, “We have arrested one Anas Ansari for issuing a death threat to Dhirendra Shastri in a post on the social media platform Instagram.”
After the video went viral on social media, an area Hindu activist registered an FIR (First Information Report) in reference to the threatening message on the social media submit at Hafizganj police station. Following the FIR the police apprehended the accused Ansari.
It is pertinent to point out that Shashtri who is understood for his outspoken nature and staunch Hindu picture is on the hitlist of many anti-Hindu and infringe components. In the current previous, Shahstri has been concerned within the ‘Ghar Waspi’ and anti-missionary campaigns in states throughout Bharat. Hundreds of tribals who have been lured to Christianity returned to Sanatan fold in his occasion.
This is just not the primary time that somebody has issued a death threat in opposition to Shashtri. Earlier, in June, a man named Rajjan Khan reportedly entered Bageshwar Dham temple in Madhya Pradesh’s Chhatarpur with a desi pistol and ammunition.
Khan was discovered roaming with a gun within the ‘Parikrama Marg’ of the Bageshwar Dham temple. Though it was not clear why he had entered the temple with a gun, it triggered panic among the many devotees. Subsequently, some alert devotees known as the police, and shortly the gun-wielding man Khan was arrested.
Before this, in January, a threatening cellphone name was reportedly made to Lokesh Garg, who’s a cousin of Dhirendra Shastri.
As of now the accused has been arrested.