Nangal: The investigation into Swami Krishna Nand’s mysterious disappearance should be conducted by the CBI so that people should know the truth at the earliest. These words were expressed by the chairman of the Punjab Gau Sewa Mission Kimti Bhagat here at Nangal while addressing a press conference. He feared that Swamiji might have been murdered.
Bhagat said that Swamiji was vociferous against the opening of 16 slaughterhouses in Punjab and he had been playing an active role against the smuggling of cows to other states. “Swamiji had been threatened for speaking emphatically against the slaughterhouses and he (Kimti Bhagat) wrote a letter to the DGP Punjab on December 23 to provide security to Swamiji. Earlier, another application had been filed by Swamiji for getting licence to buy his personal weapon, but to no avail,” he added. He also criticized the state government as well as the Punjab police for not providing security cover to him.
However, a special investigation team has been constituted by the government in this regard. But Bhagat raised questions over the investigation of the Punjab Police. Members of the mission and other Hindu sects will meet the Chief Minister on June 6 and give a representation to the Governor on June 7. ITBP joins search operations Nangal: The Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) have joined hands with Punjab police in the search operation for Swami Krishna Nand. Since Saturday, a special team of the SDRF has been searching for him in the Bhakra canal but could not trace any clue.
Speaking to mediapersons, DSP, Nangal, Sant Singh Dhaliwal, said that a police team under the leadership of SSP Rupnagar Varinderpal Singh and SP (D) Harmit Singh Hundal visited the dera at Binewal village, where they met the people living in the dera and other followers of Swamiji. On the other hand, SSP Rupnagar Varinderpal Singh visited Nangal on Sunday and gave fresh instruction to the police party searching for him in the canal.DP
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