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Palghar Mob-lynching Case: Advocate Representing Victims Killed in Car Accident; VHP & BJP Raise Suspicion

The VHP raised doubt on the accident and demanded Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) probe in the matter. The VHP National Spokesperson, Vinod Bansal, raised his eyebrows over the incident and questioned Maharashtra government's stand in handing over the Palghar mob-lynching case to CBI.

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The most controversial Palghar mob-lynching case of Maharashtra is turning mysterious day-by-day. In a shocking development on Wednesday, May 13, an advocate from the legal team representing the Hindu seers, Kalpvruksh Giri Maharaj and Sushil Giri Maharaj, and their driver, Nilesh Yelgade, who were brutally mob lynched in Maharashtra’s Palghar, got killed in a car accident on Wednesday morning.

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The advocate is identified as Digvijay Trivedi who, as per reports, lost control on his car while driving to Dahanu court for a case. Consequently, his car rammed and Trivedi passed away on the spot. With Trivedi, his colleague, Preeti Trivedi, has also sustained critical injuries who is admitted in a hospital where she is reported to be critical.

The Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) counsel, Digvijay Trivedi, was also the chief of legal team of Bahujan Vikas Aaghadi of Hitendra Thakur. The young advocate was on Mumbai-Ahmedabad highway to a Dahanu court when the accident took place. The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader, Shweta Shalini, called this as a “100% planned murder”.

“Advocate Digvijay Trivedi, representing the Hindu Sadhus in the #PalgharMobLynching case gets killed in a road accident while going to the Dhanu Court. 100% planned Murder. Are we still going to believe that the Sadhus were not killed under a plan @CMOMaharashtra @AmitShahOffice,” tweeted Shalini as soon as the news of Trivedi killing in the mysterious accident surfaced in the media.

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BJP’s spokesperson, Sambit Patra, also took the same line as that by Shalini, and raised suspicion on the killing of Counsel Trivedi. “पालघर में संतो की हत्या मामले में VHP के वकील श्री दिग्विजय त्रिवेदी की सड़क हादसे में मृत्यु हो गयीयह खबर विचलित करने वाली हैक्या ये केवल संयोग है की जिन लोगों ने पालघर मामले को उठाया उनपर या तो कांग्रेस कार्यकर्ताओं ने हमला किया या FIR कराया?ख़ैर ये जाँच का विषय है!ॐ शान्ति (VHP Counsel Digvijay Trivedi who was representing mob-lynched Sadhus of Palghar, died in a road accident. This is a disturbing news. Is it just a coincidence that those who raised this matter were either attacked by the Congress party workers or filed First Information Report (FIR) against them? Well, this is a matter of investigation. Om Shanti.)” wrote Patra in his tweet.

The VHP raised doubt on the accident and demanded Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) probe in the matter. The VHP National Spokesperson, Vinod Bansal, raised his eyebrows over the incident and questioned Maharashtra government’s stand in handing over the Palghar mob-lynching case to CBI.

“When Country was expecting CBI probe order to unveil the Sadhus #PalgharMobLynching conspiracy, the lawyer lost his life. Is it also a conspiracy? Maha Govt needs MahaAndolan before it’s prob order on #PalgharSadhuLynching?ओ३म् शांतिः शांतिः शांतिः.” tweeted Bansal while expressing his discontent over the way Uddhav Thackeray-led Maharashtra government has handled the case.

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On April 16, two Hindu monks and their driver were brutally murdered in a mob-lynching by villagers in Palghar under the suspicion of they being thieves. The matter attracted humongous public furore and questioned Shiv Sena-Congress-NCP led Maharashtra government.