Gorakhnath Temple Attack: Accused Murtaza sent to judicial custody for 14 days, injured soldiers got reward of 5 lakhs

Gorakhnath Temple Attack: Accused Murtaza sent to judicial custody for 14 days, injured soldiers got reward of 5 lakhs
Gorakhpur : Murtaza, accused of attacking two PAC personnel with sharp weapons outside Gorakhnath temple in Gorakhpur, has been sent to 14-day judicial custody. Let us inform that a youth tried to enter the temple at the southern gate of Gorakhpur’s Gorakhnath temple on Sunday evening raising religious slogans and injured two PAC constables posted in security with sharp weapons. The man was also injured when the security personnel tried to catch him. The Gorakhnath temple is the highest seat of the Nath sect and Yogi Adityanath, the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, is the Mahant of this Peeth.

The name of the attacker is Ahmed Murtuja Abbasi son Manir Ahmed and he is said to be a resident of Gorakhpur in Civil Lines. Recently he came from Mumbai. Earlier it was being said that his mental condition was not good. Now the information that is coming out about him is shocking. Murtuja Abbasi has studied Chemical Engineering from IIT Bombay.

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In Lucknow, Additional Chief Secretary Home Avnish Awasthi and Additional Director General of Police Prashant Kumar informed in a press conference on Monday that the attacker (Murtaza) was trying to enter the temple premises with a bad intention to carry out the terrorist incident, which was called by PAC and Police. The soldiers failed. Officials said that the attacker seriously injured two PAC personnel in the incident.

Awasthi said that Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has instructed to hand over the investigation of this incident to the UP ATS. He said that both the agencies of UP ATS and UP STF have also been directed to work jointly to unearth the incident and senior officers of both the agencies have reached Gorakhpur. Awasthi said that Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has announced a reward of Rs 5 lakh to PAC jawans Gopal Gaur and Anil Paswan and civil police personnel Anurag Rajput, who foiled the attack.

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