controversy over statement
A special community took out a silent procession in Ajmer on June 17 in protest against the statement of BJP’s suspended spokesperson Nupur Sharma. The administration gave conditional permission to this procession to be taken out from the Nizamgate of the Dargah. A large number of people participated in the procession. According to the police, just before the procession started, Gauhar Chishti raised the controversial slogan – ‘Sir Tan Se Jude’ after arguing with Nizamgate. The people present here also added voice to the voice without paying attention to the slogan of Gauhar. When the police officers expressed their displeasure over the sloganeering, the matter was settled with mutual understanding. Showing strictness on the deteriorating environment and the videos and messages that went viral on social media, the police registered a case against Gauhar Chishti and 15-20 others under various sections.
conspiracy hatched a day ago
Police investigation revealed that the conspiracy to raise the controversial slogan was hatched by Gauhar Chishti and his associates on June 16, a day before the procession was taken out. As part of the conspiracy, Gauhar Chishti raised the objectionable slogan after the argument.
Ajmer connection check
The strings of Kanhaiyalal murder case in Udaipur are also being seen by connecting it to Ajmer. Preliminary investigation by Udaipur Police revealed that the accused Ghaus Mohammad and Riyaz Akhtar had made the video viral on social media on June 17 itself, raising slogans before the murder. Just before this, objectionable slogans were echoed outside the Nizam Gate of the Dargah. The police is looking at the links of Gauhar Chishti and others with Ghaus Mohammad and Riyaz Akhtar.
Four people have been arrested in the case registered for raising slogans in a silent procession. The search is on for 15-20 others including the main accused Gauhar Chishti. Investigation is going on in the case related to Udaipur murder.
– Sumit Saraswat, Circle Officer Dargah Ajmer