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Hindu leader who released fake babas’ list goes missing

Hindu leader who released fake babas’ list goes missing

Bhopal: The senior Hindu leader, a functionary of the Akhil Bharatiya Akhara Parishad, who released the fake babas’ list has gone missing. He was travelling by train from Haridwar to Kalyan (Mumbai) when the incident occurred.

Mahant Mohan Das, earlier this month had released a list of 14 ‘fake babas’, after Dera Sacha Sauda chief Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh was sentenced to 20 years in prison for the rape conviction.

The last location of his mobile phone on Sunday evening was found to be in Meerut, as per the railway police, but there is no trace of Das, reports The Economic Times.

Government Railway Police SP (Bhopal) Anita Malviya told IANS on Monday that Das was travelling by the Haridwar-Lokmanya Tilak Express in coach A-1. He had alighted at Nizamuddin station. After that, no passenger recalls seeing him.

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The train was travelling nine hours behind schedule, Railway police informed. On Saturday evening, at 7.30 pm the train reached Bhopal. An aide of the Mahant was at the station to provide food for him, but could not find him. He alerted others that Das was missing.

Malviya said that when GRP received the news the train had reached Bhusawal station. The GRP at Bhusawal went to coach A-1 and saw some belongings of Das lying on his seat no 22.

The GRP were told by fellow passengers that Das did not return to the coach after the train crossed Nizamuddin railway station.