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CBI will now investigate the death of Mahant Narendra Giri, the central government has given approval

The body of the saint, who was the president of the largest organization of sadhus in India, was found hanging by his disciples on 20 September at Baghambri Math in Allahabad.

New Delhi: The Central Investigation Agency (CBI) will now investigate the death of Mahant Narendra Giri. The Central Government has approved the CBI investigation into the death of Mahant Narendra Giri, President of Akhil Bharatiya Akhara Parishad. Officials gave this information on Friday. The body of the saint, who was the president of the largest organization of sadhus in India, was found hanging by his disciples on Monday (September 20, 2021) at Baghambari Math in Allahabad. The third accused in this case, Sandeep Tiwari, was sent to judicial custody for 14 days by the court on Thursday. Earlier, the court had on Wednesday sent two other accused in the case – Anand Giri and Aadya Prasad Tiwari – to 14-day judicial custody.Also Read – BJP Announces Alliance, Will Contest UP Assembly Elections Together With Apna Dal And Nishad Party

The Department of Personnel and Training (DoPT) has issued a notification regarding the CBI probe into Mahant’s death case. This step has been taken after the request of the Uttar Pradesh government. The Uttar Pradesh Home Department said on Wednesday, “On the instructions of Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, a CBI (Central Bureau of Investigation) inquiry has been recommended into the incident related to the tragic death of Akhara Parishad President Mahant Narendra Giri. ” Also Read – Families of people who commit suicide within 30 days of getting infected will get ex-gratia, Central Government announced

The Uttar Pradesh Police on Tuesday constituted an 18-member Special Investigation Team (SIT) to probe the death of the saint and detained one of his disciples in Haridwar. Police had said that an alleged ‘suicide note’ was also found, in which the saint had written that he was mentally disturbed and angry with one of his disciples. Former Union Minister Swami Chinmayanand had also demanded a CBI inquiry into the death case on Tuesday. Also Read – Eight ancient idols stolen from century old temple in Ayodhya, police taking help of intelligence department

Sandeep Tiwari sent to 14 days judicial custody in Narendra Giri case

Prayagraj: Sandeep Tiwari, the third accused in the suicide case of Akhara Parishad president Mahant Narendra Giri, was produced under police protection on Thursday in the court of the Chief Judicial Magistrate, from where he was sent to judicial custody for 14 days. Earlier, the court had on Wednesday sent two other accused in the case – Anand Giri and Aadya Prasad Tiwari – to 14-day judicial custody.

7 page suicide note as evidence, these things were presented before the court in 5 mobiles

On Thursday, two mobile phones of the deceased, video made by Mahant Narendra Giri before death, nylon rope, knife, seven-page suicide note, five other mobile phones and a pen drive as evidence by the investigating officer Mahesh Singh in the court on Thursday. were presented.

Anand Giri, Aadhya Prasad Tiwari and Sandeep Tiwari will be produced through video conference

District government advocate (criminal) Gulab Chandra Agrahari said that the accused Sandeep Tiwari was produced in the court of Chief Judicial Magistrate Harendra Nath under police protection on Thursday. He told that Sandeep Tiwari’s lawyer presented an application for bail in the court, which was rejected by the court. Agrahari said that on Thursday, the counsel for Anand Giri and Aadya Prasad Tiwari submitted an application to the court seeking police protection for their clients, on which the court said that in view of the jail manual and other legal provisions, Anand Giri and The security of Ada Prasad Tiwari should be ensured. The court said in its order that till further orders, the production of Anand Giri, Ada Prasad Tiwari and Sandeep Tiwari would be held through video conference.

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