New Delhi: A committee of five seers on Thursday submitted a report on Kairana exodus investigation to the Chief Minister and the Governor. On Friday, three seers received a threat that they will put to death in bomb blast.
As per reports published in News18, the caller, using abusive language, terrorized the seers over the phone, adding that they will be blown to death in spite of a Y-category security circle provided to them.
They received the threat when they were returning from Lucknow after submitting the report to CM Akhilesh Yadav.
The first threat call was received by Swami Kalyan Dev, the second by Swami Chakrapani Maharaj and the third by Acharya Pramod Krishan, the seers said while disclosing the names of the caller.
Two callers were identified as Ajay Yadav and Narsimhanand .
A written complaint was submitted by the seers to Ghaziabad Police which has launched an investigation into the matter and security circle around them have been tightened.
The police escorted Swami Chakrapani, Acharya Pramod Krishna and Kalyan Dev to their homes amid tight security.
The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) alleged that Hindu families were being harassed into leaving their homes in Kairana.
The committee of seers, which included the president of the Bharatiya Sant Samiti, Pramod Krishnan and Hindu Mahasabha president, Chakrapani, interacted with all sections of society and inferred that a dangerous plot was being hatched to destroy communal harmony in western Uttar Pradesh.