State Govt responsible for the death of the saint: Vasundhara Raje

Jaipur : Former Chief Minister and National Vice President of the BJP, Vasundhara Raje, has blamed the state government for the death of Sant Vijay Das in Bharatpur district. Raje has said that in a state where the saints have to agitate, they have to sacrifice themselves to get the demands made in the public interest, then there can be no greater anarchy in that state than this.

Even after the incident, the Chief Minister should be helpless and accept that illegal mining is not stopping in the state. It becomes clear from this that if anyone is responsible for the death of the saint, then it is the state government. The former CM said that he is deeply hurt by the passing away of Saint Vijay Baba. May God rest his soul in peace.

Raje told the media that if the state government had not taken 551 days to listen to the voices of the saints and taken action in time, then today a saint would not have died. He said that our government had banned illegal mining in the Braj area on January 27, 2005, on the demand of Sant Samaj, but illegal mining started again in the Braj area, which is associated with faith in the Congress government.

Vasundhara Raje
Vasundhara Raje

The former Chief Minister said that there should be a high-level inquiry into this matter because if the officials and politicians associated with power had listened to the saints in time, then a saint would not have died. Vijay Das had set himself on fire by spraying flammable material. The policemen present on the spot extinguished the fire immediately by putting blankets on it and sending it to the RBM District Hospital for treatment. In an attempt to immolate himself, Baba Vijay Das received more than 80% burns. Baba was referred from RBM District Hospital to SMS Hospital in Jaipur. Seeing Baba’s critical condition, he was taken to Safdarjung Hospital in Delhi by air ambulance from Jaipur. where he died late Saturday night.

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