Mahant Narendra Giri could not able to write a single line, then who wrote an 8-page suicide note?

Prayagraj: The mysterious death of All India Akhara Parishad (ABAP) chief and Mahant Narendra Giri of Baghambari Math in Prayagraj is constantly getting entangled. Questions are also being raised about the attendants and disciples living in the monastery. Bablu, a disciple, told the interrogation that Mahanta had ordered Sulfa Dyne tablets  to keep it in wheat on Sunday (September 19, 2021). A box of tablets was found in the room, which was packed. Another disciple has said that Mahanta had ordered a new nylon rope two days ago. Mahant Narendra Giri's body was found hanging on the same rope.

According to media reports, eyewitness Sarvesh said, "Sumit and another disciple said Mahant Narendra Giri used to come out of the room every day around 5 pm to have tea. When the door did not open till 5.15 p.m., the door was knocked. The disciple said that a call was made when the door did not open, but he did not pick up the phone. Then, pushing the door in, people saw his body hanging from the snare. The rope was cut and the body was brought down from the snare. The police was then informed about the incident. More than 12 CCTV cameras are installed in Baghambari Math. He is going to Khandala. There is an estimated trace of the hand. The disciples also say that they had also heard about something two days ago from Adya Tiwari, the chief priest of the Late Hanuman ji temple. He is currently in custody. Mahant Narendra Giri was accompanied by a tight security arrangement, which was accompanied by guards posted by the government besides his disciples. There are three bulletproof cars in the monastery from which they used to emerge.

He was very happy when deputy CM Keshav Prasad Maurya met him a day before his death. He also met Uttar Pradesh DGP Mukul Goel about a week ago. He had met many people but did not show any tension on his face. People say that they did not read and write much, and the 8-page suicide note is being questioned. Jitendra, general secretary of the All India Sant Samiti and Ganga Mahasabha, says Mahantji cannot write such a big suicide note. Those who knew Mahanta say that he used to write and work in a temporary manner and generally worked with signatures. Disciple Satish Shukla says he could not write a single line properly.

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