Ajmer3 hours ago
Rajvardhan Singh Parmar was threatened through a call from an unknown number. The reason was not given, but it was definitely said that now it is your turn.
Rajvardhan Singh Parmar, the national president of Maharana Pratap Sena, who came into the limelight by claiming that Ajmer Dargah is a Shiva temple, was threatened by an unknown caller. The caller has threatened to behead him in five days. Why so, this thing the caller did not tell. Just said that gives a lot of speeches. While talking on the call the caller gave lewd lewd abuses.
After this, Parmar has complained to the Delhi Police Commissioner and requested him to take action against the accused and provide security to him and the family. Parmar told that after raising the issue of Shiva temple in the dargah, he is getting constant threats. Around 11 pm, he got a call from an unknown caller and did not even reveal his real identity.
Number from which the call came.
Events went like this till now….
- Parmar, the national president of Maharana Pratap Sena, had first told in a letter sent to Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot that Hazrat Khwaja Garib Nawaz Dargah in Ajmer is our ancient Hindu temple. Signs related to Swastika and other Hindu religions have been found in the walls and windows there. There is a demand of Maharana Pratap Army that the Archaeological Survey of India should conduct a survey here as well.
- After this the Muslim society also reacted strongly. Totally rejected this claim and said that there is no such sign in the dargah. The representatives also warned of legal action against Parmar.
- After this a new claim was made again. Parmar claimed to have a Shiva temple in the dargah showing a map of 1170 AD. Along with this, instead of a two-and-a-half-day hut, there should be a Sanskrit school and a Vishnu temple.
- After this Hazrat Khwaja Garib Nawaz Welfare Association Maharashtra objected. Association secretary Mohammad Yusuf Umar Ansari reached Ajmer with the delegation and made a complaint to the SP. He also demanded legal action by registering an FIR.
- Recently, Parmar has announced to recite Hanuman Chalisa on July 3 in front of Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot’s house. For this, permission has also been sought to recite Hanuman Chalis with 500 workers.
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