Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said on Tuesday that evidence in connection with the death of the Mahant Narendra Giri has been gathered and that the case would be solved shortly.
By Vaishali Pandey/ The Newster
The eminent Hindu seer Mahant Narendra Giri was found dead in Allahabad’s Baghambari Muth on Monday. He was the president of the Akhil Bharatiya Akhada Parishad, India’s largest sadhu organisation.
The police under the ADG (Allahabad zone) and the commissioner of Allahabad are working together, according to the chief minister, who rushed to Allahabad to pay his respects to the deceased seer.
UP CM Yogi Adityanath said that evidence in connection with the seer’s death has been gathered and that the case would be solved shortly. He went on to say that every aspect of the case will be disclosed, and the guilty would be punished.
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The body will be kept for darshan (public viewing) on Tuesday, according to the desires of the seer’s followers, so that people can pay their final respects, Adityanath said, adding that a five-member team will perform a post-mortem examination on Wednesday.
Following that, he will be laid to rest in samadhi, according to religious traditions and beliefs, chief minister says.
On Monday, Seer’s Body Was Discovered Hanging From The Ceiling: Police
The body of the seer was found hanging by a nylon rope from the ceiling by his disciples on Monday, according to the police. The Giri’s room’s door was locked from the inside.
A seven-eight-page alleged suicide note was also discovered at the location, in which the seer claimed to be mentally disturbed and that’s why he was ending his life. According to the police, the seer had written that he was unhappy with one of his disciples.