Maharashtra which is known as a land of Saints and Sages is now witnessing a blood bath of Sadhus. Only a few days passed after the gruesome murders of 2 Sadhus in Palghar, one Sadhu was killed in Bulandshahr in Uttar Pradesh. Immediately thereafter, a near-fatal attack took place on one Sadhu in Hoshiarpur in Punjab. Now, it is reported that Sadguru Nirvanrudra Pashupati Shivacharya Maharaj and his sevak (Helper) from Nanded District have been killed in the midnight. The killings of Sadhus who serve and give direction to society without any expectation by sacrificing their worldly pleasures is extremely painful and enraging. Hindu Janajagruti Samiti expresses its strong protest over these incidents. Many Hindu Sadhus are being selectively killed and brutally attacked not only in Maharashtra but also all over the country. Earlier, sinister conspiracies were hatched to kill devout Hindus in various states; now, a similar conspiracy is being hatched to kill Hindu Sadhus. Hindu Janajagruti Samiti demands that a thorough investigation should be carried out to find out who is behind these killings.
It is apparent that the murderers of Sadhus are no more scared of the Government or law. The society is angered with the non-stop killings of Sadhus. The Government should legislate a stringent Act to prevent such killings. Similarly, immediate investigations should be conducted to find out the conspirators and arrest them promptly. They should be severely punished, demanded Samiti.
Whenever a Muslim is killed in any town due to any reasons, the alliance of Communists and Muslims paint it as ‘Mob-lynching’. Similarly, they shout hoarse through the mediums of the so-called rationalists, progressives and ‘Award-Vapasi’ gang; however, they keep mum over the killings of Hindu Sadhus. Nobody returns awards, nobody calls it a mob-lynching, nobody says that he is scared to reside in India. This scene is unfortunate. We are also protesting against those keeping mum about the killings of Hindu Sadhus. We also appeal to the Hindu community that they should raise their voice in a legal way against the killings of Sadhus.