Priyasharan Maharaj attacked by miscreants in Aurangabad Ashram with knife

In yet another attack of Hindu saints, a sadhu was mercilessly assaulted by 7-8 unidentified miscreants in Ladasawangi Marg in the Chowk Complex in Aurangabad district of Maharashtra. The incident took place at his ashram on Wednesday.

As per reports, the accused barged into the ashram from the back door. They found a woman in one of the rooms and forced her into revealing the location of the ‘Maharaj’ of the ashram. The woman, who was evidently frightened, told the miscreants that the sadhu was upstairs. The accused then went upstairs and brutally assaulted the victim. He was also stabbed with a knife on his shoulder. After critically injuring the Sadhu’s leg, the men fled the crime scene. The victim, lay there injured and soaked in a pool of blood.

On being informed, the police rushed to the ashram and admitted him to a private hospital in Aurangabad. The Aurangabad police have initiated a probe in the case. They suspect the assault to be a case of ‘personal enmity.’ Moreover, a case has been registered against unidentified individuals. BJP leader Ram Kadam had shared a video on Twitter wherein the Hindu Sadhu could be seen lying unconscious on a hospital bed, with blood spots all over his vest.

Source : OpIndia

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