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VIDEO: Ajmer Dargah's Khadim showing smiles even in Rajasthan police custody
VIDEO: Ajmer Dargah's Khadim showing smiles even in Rajasthan police custody

Jaipur: Circle Officer (CO) and DSP of Ajmer Sharif Dargah in Rajasthan Sandeep Saraswat have been placed on the line. The Superintendent of Police, Ajmer has informed about this. The action comes after a video went viral in which Saraswat, the Khadim of the dargah who instigated the murder of suspended BJP spokesperson Nupur Sharma, was seen giving tips on defence to Salman Chishti. However, the Ajmer police say there is no clear answer on who the voice is in the video.

 

Let me tell you that this video is from the time of Chishti's arrest. In the video, the police are seen explaining to him that you have to say that you were drunk, so as to escape. However, after the video went viral, Sandeep Saraswat clarified that it was part of the strategy. Several people, including the former minister and BJP leader Vasudev Devnani, had raised questions about the modus operandi of the police. At the same time, another video of Salman Chishti in the custody of Rajasthan Police is going viral on social media. In this video, the Khadim of Ajmer Dargah, Salman Chishti is seen smiling and showing the thumb impression in the whole attitude, from his style, it seems that Salman Chishti has no regrets about his mistake, or that he has no fear of punishment and law. The video is said to be from Wednesday (July 6, 2022) in media reports, when he was being taken to the judge's house.

 

Let us know that Khadim Salman Chishti of Ajmer Dargah was arrested late on Tuesday (July 5, 2022) night for making inflammatory videos about Nupur Sharma and inciting people to kill her. Salman had announced in the video to give his house as a reward to the one who beheaded Sharma. After his arrest, he was produced before a local court. The magistrate's court has sent him to two days of police custody.

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