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Mihir Bhoj caste dispute: In the name of CM Yogi written on the inscription, the investigation started

Raja Mihir Bhoj caste dispute is not taking its name to stop.

Mihir Bhoj caste dispute: Raja Mihir Bhoj caste dispute is not taking its name to stop. The black paint was given in the name of Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, written on the inscription below the statue of Raja Mihir Bhoj. After this act by the anarchists, tension arose in Greater Noida. The statue was unveiled last week by CM Yogi Adityanath. Its video is also going viral on social media. The investigation of the matter has been started.Also Read – Speculation of Amarinder Singh joining BJP, may meet JP Nadda and Amit Shah today

According to the purported video of the incident being seen on social media, apart from Yogi Adityanath, names of Rajya Sabha member from Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Surendra Singh Nagar and Dadri MLA Tejpal Nagar have also been sooted. Officials said the police have started an investigation into the incident, which was allegedly done by some members of the Gujjar community. The people of Gurjar caste are having a dispute with the Rajput community. Both claim that the ninth century king Mihir Bhoj belonged to their caste. Also Read – UP News: Chief Minister Yogi distributed portfolios to newly appointed ministers, Jitin Prasad became Technical Education Minister; know who got what

On September 22, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath had unveiled a 15-feet tall statue of the emperor in Dadri area of ​​Greater Noida in Gautam Budh Nagar district. There was a dispute about putting “Gurjar” in front of the name of Emperor Mihir Bhoj on the inscription. Even before the event, tension was brewing in the region due to clashes between Rajput and Gujjar communities over the issue, while Chief Minister Adityanath remarked after the unveiling of the statue that “great personalities cannot be confined to one caste”. Yes, they belong to everyone.” Also Read – Shivraj Singh Chouhan Dance: CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan dances with tribal people, Video Viral

The incident of grandson going black on the names recorded on the plaque happened after Rajya Sabha member Surendra Singh Nagar paid tribute to the statue of Raja Mihir Bhoj on Tuesday morning. Nagar, a Gurjar leader, posted a picture of him standing next to the statue early in the morning on Twitter, writing, “Satyamev Jayate.” Meanwhile, an official said that Dadri police have been directed to register an FIR in the incident and take action against the culprits.


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