Samrat Mihir Bhoj statue in Noida, Uttar Pradesh’s Electronic City, is causing considerable controversy. The latest instance of ink spreading on the Mihir Bhoj monument has been brought to light. Let us inform you that ink has been spilled on the Samrat Mihir statue in order to erase the names of numerous other leaders, including Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, BJP MP Surendra Nagar, and MLA Tejpal Nagar. However, the police have intervened.
According to information gathered, the police have registered a complaint against around 150 people at the Dadri police station under various sections while investigating this problem. According to police, the defendants are being identified based on the footage that went popular on social media. He added that the viral video also features Samajwadi Party politician Shyam Singh Bhati and his supporters.
Simultaneously, Additional Deputy Commissioner of Police Vishal Pandey stated that 150 persons have been charged in connection with this case. All of these have been charged in this case under Section 153, Section 3 of the Special Powers Act, Section 6 of the Special Powers Act, Sections 427, 269, 270, and 271 of the Indian Penal Code, as well as the Epidemic Act. He added that harsh punishment would be taken on those who smear the names on the rockboard in defiance of law and order.
Allow me to inform you that CM Yogi Adityanath has erected a statue of Samrat Mihir Bhoj at the Mihir Bhoj PG College on GT Road in Noida. Simultaneously, this issue began with the removal of the term Gurjar from the idol’s stone slab. However, on Tuesday morning, around 5 a.m., Rajya Sabha MP Surendra Nagar arrived at Mihir Bhoj PG College and brought flowers to the statue, inscribing the name Gurjar on the rock to put an end to the conflict.
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