VHP to protest ‘false allegations’ against Bajrang Dal members in the Bhiwani killings case

In response to the Bhiwani murders case, in which some Bajrang Dal members were allegedly involved, the Vishva Hindu Parishad will hold a Maha Panchayat in Haryana’s Mewat on Wednesday against the “false charges” levelled by the Rajasthan Police against the organisation.

Two burnt skeletons were discovered in an SUV on February 16 in Bhiwani, Haryana. Monu Manesar, a Bajrang Dal member, was arrested by the Rajasthan Police for his suspected involvement in the incident, which prompted a protest by Hindu organisations, including the VHP. The FIR also named additional VHP leaders for the alleged kidnapping and beating of two victims from Rajasthan who were later identified as Junaid and Nasir and whose bodies were discovered in Bhiwani. The two were allegedly involved in cow trafficking.

The VHP had previously urged a CBI investigation into the matter because it did not believe the Rajasthan Police investigation. According to the organisation, the Rajasthan Police have filed “fake allegations” against the Bajrang Dal.

Vinod Bansal, a spokesperson for the VHP, told ANI that the organisation is asking the dismissal of charges against the Bajrang Dal and the transfer of the matter to the CBI.

He threatened to organise a massive protest if the Rajasthan government does not meet their requests.

“At the Maha Panchayat there will be a large crowd. If the government continues its anti-Hindu treatment of Hindu organisations, we will stage a massive protest against the government. Despite tough legislation, cow butchering continues “he claimed.

“The incident encompassed two state authorities, which is why we are requesting a CBI investigation since justice cannot be properly administered. We want an impartial investigation into this incident and the perpetrators should be executed “The representative continued.

Importantly, in May 2022, many Hindu organisations, including the Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP), the Bajrang Dal, and the Gau Raksha Dal, convened a Maha Panchayat near Nuh to offer an ultimatum to the government to dismiss all prosecutions against Hindus for attempting to end cow slaughter.

“In July of that year, at another panchayat meeting in Manesar, Hindutva members advocated for a boycott of Muslims,” he explained.

Previously, Pawan Kumar, the president of Vishva Hindu Parishad (VHP) in Haryana, stated that the organisation will resist the arrest of any cow protector.

“If the government of Rajasthan arrests a cow defender without evidence for political benefit, we will not remain inactive. Panchayats will exist in Haryana and Rajasthan. The CBI’s forensics unit should investigate this situation. Each of the deceased had a history of cattle smuggling. The deceased may have had further enemies. Without evidence, it would be silly for the police to arrest the innocent “he said.

In the meantime, Monu Manesar, a member of Bajrang Dal who is said to be the key suspect in the case, denied any involvement and stated that there was an attempt to smear his organisation.

“My team and I are unrelated to this situation. The police must investigate to identify the true perpetrators. Our organisation should not be tarnished by being associated with this. Whatever statements are circulating on social media are completely false “Monu stated.

Monu stated that he was in Gurugram at the time of the incident, adding that he has CCTV evidence from the hotel where he was staying to substantiate his claims.

“I was at a hotel in Gurugram when this incident occurred, and we have footage of it. I was not acquainted with the two victims, nor do I know what happened to them. We are also investigating this event to determine who is responsible “he said.

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