Mahant Narendra Giri Death case: Amargiri did not appear again, court issued summons; Next hearing on January 2
Amar Giri is the first witness of the plaintiff case and the trial, without completing the testimony of the plaintiff case, the court could not call the second witness.
Amar Giri, the plaintiff in the suicide case of Mahant Narendra Giri of Baghambari Math, did not appear in the court again on Monday. Testimony has begun in the pending trial. Amar Giri is the first witness of the plaintiff case and the court could not call the second witness without completing the testimony of the plaintiff case.
On the application of the prosecution, due to Amar Giri’s continuous absence from the last several due dates, the court had first issued BW and later NPW against Amar Giri. On the last due date, CBI had taken Amar Giri into custody and presented him before the court. An application was given in the court on behalf of Amar Giri that he would be present himself on the appointed date, on which the MPW issued earlier was returned to the court.
CBI special advocate AK Tiwari and district government advocate Gulabchand Agrahari said that Amar Giri’s testimony has not been completed yet. The court has fixed January 2 to complete the testimony.
Prayagraj:When the city’s well-known personality, Mahant Narendra Giri of Baghambari Gaddi Math and Bade Hanuman Temple, committed suicide by hanging himself on September 20, about a year ago, there was a stir not only in the city but in the entire state. Narendra Giri had accused his own disciple Anand Giri of blackmailing. On the basis of suicide note and investigation, CBI has filed a charge sheet against Anand Giri, Aadya Tiwari and Sandeep Tiwari. All three are currently in jail.
Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath himself reached the monastery Narendra Giri Ashram
Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath himself reached the monastery on the second day of Mahant Narendra Giri’s suicide. He had directed to form SIT for investigation but the saints unanimously demanded a CBI investigation. After this the Chief Minister recommended a CBI investigation and on September 25, the CBI team took over the case.
Mahant Narendra Giri had told in an 11-page suicide note how his own disciple Anand Giri was blackmailing him. He wrote, ‘Anand has made an objectionable photo with a girl or woman through computer. He threatens to make it viral. If this goes viral then to whom will I answer? The truth will be known later but my name will be defamed.
Mahant had written Anand Giri’s name 14 times in the suicide note. Apart from this, he wrote about Aadya Prasad Tiwari and Sandeep Tiwari that ‘Aadya and Sandeep along with Anand betrayed me. All three together had also released an audio and video, which also defamed me.’ On the basis of Mahant’s suicide note, statements of various people and evidence, CBI filed a charge sheet against Anand Giri, Aadya Prasad Tiwari and Sandeep Tiwari. Has given. All three are still in jail.
The CBI team reached the monastery around 11:15 on Thursday and came out after 8 pm. The exercise continued for about nine hours. During this period, very few people were allowed to reach the room of Mahant Narendra Giri. The servants of the Math also kept watching the CBI action from a distance.
CBI opened the lock of the sealed room of Mahant Narendra Giri. Around Rs 3 crore, jewellery, land documents and many other things were found in the room, which were handed over to Mahant Balveer Giri. – Rajesh Yadav, CO IV