‘Bhole Baba is not inside, neither he was yesterday nor he is today’: DSP Mainpuri on police deployment outside ashram | India News – Times of India

MAINPURI: Hours after police force deployed outside Bhole Baba‘s ashram, Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP), Mainpuri Sunil Kumar on Thursday said that “Baba has not been found inside the ashram.”
“There are 40-50 sevadars inside the ashram. He (‘Bhole Baba’) is not inside, neither he was yesterday nor he is today…” said DSP Mainpuri Sunil Kumar.
SP City Rahul Mithas said, “I had come to check the security of the ashram.Nobody was found here.”
Meanwhile, Aligarh BJP MP Satish Gautam Bagla met the victims of the Hathras stampede incident at the Combined District Hospital.
“CM Yogi Adityanath has ordered action on the incident. The Deputy Chief Minister had also come. Strict action will be taken to prevent such incidents from happening again. Arrests are being made. If they are found guilty, action will be taken against them as well…” the Aligarh MP told ANI.
Reacting to the Hathras stampede incident, Advocate AP Singh said, “The incident is very sad and heart-wrenching…There have been more than 100 deaths and several people have been injured…I thank PM Modi who, during the reply to the President’s address, expressed his condolences in Lok Sabha. I also thank CM Yogi Adityanath who visited today and has instructed all senior officials…”
In view of the tragic Hathras stampede that claimed 121 lives, Uttar Pradesh Governor Anandiben Patel on Wednesday constituted a three-member Judicial Inquiry Commission under the chairmanship of Justice (retd) Brijesh Kumar Srivastava to ensure comprehensiveness of the subject matter and transparency in the inquiry.
The three members of the Commission are Brijesh Kumar Srivastava, Hon’ble Justice (Retd.), Allahabad High Court (chairman), Hemant Rao (Retd., IAS) Member and Bhavesh Kumar Singh (Retd., IPS) Member.
The Judicial Commission will investigate the various aspects of the Hathras stampede in the next two months and after the investigation, a report will be submitted to the State Government.
The preacher ‘Bhole Baba’ identified as Suraj Pal is also known by the names of Narayan Sakar Hari and Jagat Guru Vishwahari.
As per the prima facie report, the devotees rushed to seek blessings and collect soil from around the preacher’s feet, but were stopped by the security personnel of ‘Bhole Baba’. Later, they started pushing one another due to which several people fell to the ground, leading to chaos at the site.
Some people ran towards the adjoining field filled with mud, due to which they fell and were crushed by other devotees, the report stated.”The injured were taken to the hospital by the police and security personnel present at the site”, it further said.
Meanwhile, an FIR has been lodged against Devprakash Madhukar, referred to as ‘Mukhya Sewadar’ and other organizers of the ‘Satsang’. The preacher ‘Bhole Baba’, who is currently untraceable, has not been named in the FIR.
Uttar Pradesh police have launched a search operation at Ram Kutir Charitable Trust in Mainpuri district.FIR has been filed under Sections 105, 110, 126(2), 223, and 238 of the Bharatiya Nyaya Sanhita (BNS), 2023.

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