While the Hanuman Chalisa and Azaan issue is simmering in Maharashtra huge batches of Swords and other weapons transported from states like Rajasthan and Punjab are being seized in Maharashtra. In last few days three such cases have been registered by Maharashtra police. Isn’t it a clear message that violence is knocking on the door? The rioters being celebrated and awarded in Karnataka and the long list of benefiters from Karauli riots convey the same! Wake up Hindus!

Source: https://www.naidunia.com

Maharashtra के धुले में मिला हथियारों का जखीरा, तलवार और खंजर समेत 90 हथियार जब्त, 4 आरोपी गिरफ्तार। अजान को लेकर राज ठाकरे की होने वाली सभा के लिए, राजस्थान से भेजी जा रही थीं तलवारें।

महाराष्ट्र के धुले जिले से भारी मात्रा में हथियार बरामद हुआ है। धुले जिले में पुलिस ने एक स्कॉर्पियो से 90 धारदार हथियार बरामद किए गए हैं, जिसमें 89 तलवारें और एक खंजर शामिल है। यह हथियार राजस्थान के चित्तौड़गढ़ से महाराष्ट्र पहुंचाए जा रहे थे और इसे महाराष्ट्र के जालना ले जाया जा रहा था।

धुले पुलिस को सूचना मिली थी कि राजस्थान से भारी मात्रा में हथियार महाराष्ट्र पहुंचाए जा रहे थे। इस बारे में सूचना मिलने पर धुले पुलिस अलर्ट हो गई और 4 आरोपियों को हथियारों के साथ पकड़ लिया। धुले पुलिस ने इसे मुंबई-आगरा हाईवे पर सोंगिर गांव के पास से बरामद किया। धुले के पुलिस अधीक्षक प्रवीण पाटिल ने बताया कि जालना की ओर जा रही स्कॉर्पियो कार से पुलिस ने 89 तलवारें और 1 खंजर बरामद किया है। चारों आरोपियों के खिलाफ IPC और आर्म्स एक्ट के तहत मामला दर्ज कर लिया है।

लाउडस्पीकर व हनुमान चालीसा को लेकर विवाद

अब पुलिस इस मामले में जांच कर रही है कि इतनी बड़ी मात्रा में हथियार राजस्थान से महाराष्ट्र क्यों लाए जा रहे थे। गौरतलब है कि महाराष्ट्र में अजान बनाम लाउडस्पीकर विवाद और हनुमान चालीसा पाठ को लेकर सियासत गरमा गई है और सामाजिक समरसता भंग होने की आशंका है।

Source: OpIndia

Another batch of weapons supplied from Punjab recovered in Maharashtra, 25 swords seized from a vehicle in Nanded

Within a month, Maharashtra has witnessed the third incident of recovering arms in heavy numbers. This time, Maharashtra police caught as many as 25 sharpened swords from an autorickshaw in the Gokul Nagar area of Nanded on 29th April 2022. It has been learnt these swords were brought from Amritsar in Punjab for selling in Nanded. The discovery of such a huge quantity of swords has created a stir in Nanded.

The police searched the rickshaw as they suspected while it was passing by the railway station. As many as 25 swords were found in the search. Police detained two persons in connection with the case. A case has been registered at the Shivaji Nagar police station in Nanded. Amidst increasing crimes, guns and deadly weapons are being found in the search operation of the police, but this is the first time that such a huge cache of swords is found.

It is notable that in a similar case that took place earlier this month in the Pimpri-Chinchwad area of Pune, 92 swords were recovered and all of the weapons were brought to Maharashtra from Amritsar. Similarly, 37 swords were recovered in Aurangabad on 30th March 2022, from the office of a courier company in a parcel sent to Akash Patil of Ahmednagar in Maharashtra by someone named Maninder who lives in Punjab. 

Therefore, the Maharashtra police are also looking for this ‘supply from Punjab’ angle which is common in the recent sword recoveries. The police are trying to get to its roots. Why are swords coming to the state in such large numbers? Or is it an attempt to incite major violence? These questions have become a major worry for the Maharashtra police. The challenge now is also before the police to stop this as swords are being caught every other day.

Swords caught in Dhule 

This is the third time in the month that the Maharashtra police have recovered a huge cache of weapons. Earlier, 90 swords and daggers were recovered from a Scorpio car while it was passing by the Songir village in the Dhule district on 27th April 2022. These swords were brought from Rajasthan and they were being shipped to the Jalna district of Maharashtra. The Dhule police arrested four accused Mohammed Sharif Mohammad Shafiq (age 35), Sheikh Ilyas Sheikh Latif (age 32), Syed Nai Syed Rahim (age 29), and Kapil Dabhade (age 35) in the case. All four are residents of the Jalna district.

Swords caught in Pune

In the Pimpri-Chinchwad of Pune city in Maharashtra, the police had recovered weapons from the godown of a private courier company in the Dighi area on 5th April 2022. The weapons were kept in two wooden boxes. 92 swords, 2 daggers, and 9 knives were recovered. The boxes were allegedly sent by Umesh Sood, a resident of Amritsar, to Anil Hoon, a resident of Aurangabad. The police had registered a case against the duo under the IPC and the Arms Act. 

The matter came to light when the courier company employees scanned the parcels through electronic machines on April 1 and found out that swords were being sent via courier. The employees informed the police about the matter. A team of police officials then reached the spot and recovered 92 swords, 2 daggers, and 9 scabbards. The price of all the weapons seized has been estimated at Rs 3.7 lakhs. 

The Pimpri Chinchwad Police commissioner informed that the consignment was supposed to be sent to Aurangabad in Maharashtra. The Police had asked the courier companies to scan the parcels carefully after a similar incident had occurred on 30th March 2022.

Weapons caught in Aurangabad in March 2022

The Aurangabad Police on March 30 had confiscated 37 swords and a dagger from the office of a leading courier company. The Police had then begun the investigation in the case to know that the box filled with swords was sent from Maninder, a resident of Punjab to Akash Patil of Ahmednagar. The Police had also booked them under the relevant sections of the IPC and the Arms Act.

It is worth mentioning that amidst the ongoing controversy over azaan and Hanuman Chalisa over loudspeakers in Maharashtra, Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) chief Raj Thackeray is soon scheduled to hold a public meeting in Aurangabad of Maharashtra. Aurangabad is situated at a distance of 42KM from the Jalna city where the arms caught in the Dhule district were being shipped.

OpIndia StaffStaff reporter at OpIndia 

 

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