Sameet Thakkar Video Leaked Went Viral On Twitter Kalpavriksha Giri Maharaj Mob Lynching Video Twitter posted a heartbreaking clip that clearly shows the cruelty of the mob as well as the irresponsibility displayed by the police. The video was posted on Sameet Thakkar’s Twitter account. A caption says that the caption is dedicated to Kalpavrukshagiri Maharaj, and Sushilgiri Maharaj during their second Punya tithi. On 16 April 2020, they were executed by the Palghar Maharashtra mob. Incompetent MVA Sarkar is yet to punish the perpetrators of this horrible crime.” This video has been viewed by millions of people worldwide, including netizens. People want to learn more about the victim as well as the attack.
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Three men were killed in a mob lynching in Maharastra’s Palghar by Sushil Giri Maharaj (35-years old) and Kalpavrikshagiri Maharaj (70 years old), respectively. This has triggered a political slugfest between the Bhartiya Janta Party, BJP, and other parties claiming that the state government failed to take appropriate action against those involved in the incident. The horrific incident that led to the death of both the saints and the driver of the car occurred while they were traveling to Surat, Gujarat. Follow For More Update Yemfoundation.org
Yesterday this scoundrel @yadavakhilesh was asking people to identify thief from his scarf colour. Now identify this potential T£rr0rist from the Topi & cloths who where disturbing Hanuman जन्मोत्सव festivities. pic.twitter.com/UOOILXCvza
— Sameet Thakkar (@thakkar_sameet) April 16, 2022
Saint Kalpavriksha Maharaj was from Vedpur, Uttar Pradesh’s Bhadohi district. His father’s name was Chintamani Tiwari, and his childhood name was Krishnachand Tiwari. Kalpavriksha, the fourth of six siblings in the family, and his four brothers all live in Mumbai. A few years ago, one of his brothers died. When he was in third grade, he decided to be a saint and moved to Nashik to learn Puranas, and Vedas and become a monk.
Kalpavriksha Giri Maharaj Mob Lynching Video
Kalpavriksha Giri was a frequent visitor to the Vanvasi Temple at Jogeshwari in Mumbai. In Kandivali, he used to go to Pimpleshwar Mandal to meet Sushil iIri. He was also lynched in a riot in Palghar. The crime scene was visited by a news agency, which spoke to several local residents to learn more. Several people, some of whom would not be identified, believed that the lynchings of saints were part of a political plot.
Local residents claimed that Palghar’s tribals had never abused or assaulted any saints in the past. They also stated that sadhus are given a lot of respect by the tribes. Palghar, which is dominated by the tribals, is home to Communist and similar-minded parties.