Dhirendra Shastri Brother Case: A case has been registered against Shaligram Garg, the younger brother of Peethadhishwar Dhirendra Krishna Shastri of Bageshwar Dham, under the SC ST Act in Chhatarpur, Madhya Pradesh. Shaligram is accused of using foul language, brandishing a pistol, and threatening the father of a Dalit girl during a marriage ceremony.
Madhya Pradesh’s Chhatarpur district police have registered a case under the SC-ST Act against Saurabh alias Shaligram Garg, the younger brother of Peethadhishwar Dhirendra Krishna Shastri of Bageshwar Dham. A Famous Shaligram by the name of ‘Chhote Maharaj’ is accused of entering a wedding ceremony and threatening a Dalit family at gunpoint, hurling casteist abuses, and even assaulting them.
The incident is in Gadha village of Chhatarpur district. On February 11, a marriage ceremony for the daughter of a Dalit family was organized in the village. At the same time, Shaligram Garg, the younger brother of Peethadhishwar Pandit Dhirendra Krishna Shastri of Bageshwar Dham, reached the wedding ceremony around 12 o’clock in the night and started abusing and assaulting people.
During this, Shaligram, with a cigarette stuck in his mouth and in an inebriated state, misbehaved with the woman and also threatened to kill her by showing her a desi katta. Along with this, he also fired in the air and tried to stop the marriage. Due to this Baraati came in panic and returned to his village Aktoha after having food and drink.
The video of Shaligram’s mischief in the marriage ceremony of the daughter of a Dalit family is also going viral on social media. Watch Video:-
It is clearly visible in the video that Shaligram is threatening people with a cigarette in his mouth and a pistol in his hand and is abusing them. At the same time, he is trying to thrash a person by holding them and saying that Rai (folk dance of Bundelkhand) will not work. Only the song of Bageshwar Dham will be played in this Garha village. At that time the people present there refused to play the song of Bageshwar Dham, then the accused started misbehaving with the people.
After the video went viral, Bamitha police station swung into action and registered a case against the accused under sections 294, 323, 506, and 427 of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) as well as the SC-ST Act.
Let us tell you that there is a provision for arrest as soon as the case is registered under the SC-ST Act. The accused does not even get anticipatory bail. Regular bail can be obtained from the High Court only. On the other hand, in SC-ST cases, police officers of the rank of Inspector do the investigation. There is a provision to hear these cases only in the special court. Now it has to be seen when Shaligram Garg of Dhirendra Shastri will be arrested in the Gadha village case.