MP: Computer Baba’s ashram demolished in Indore, seer among 6 detained

MP: Computer Baba's ashram demolished in Indore, seer among 6 detained
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MP: Computer Baba’s ashram demolished in Indore, seer among 6 detained 

Self-styled godman ‘Computer Baba’s’ asharam in Madhya Pradesh’s Indore has been demolished by the native authorities on Sunday. The Indore Municipal Corporation and the district administration termed it as an ‘encroachment’ on village land. Baba, a spiritual chief and former minister has been taken into police custody in Indore for protesting towards the administration’s motion on his ashram. 

The seer, whose actual identify is Namdev Tyagi, and a few of his supporters have been detained for protesting the motion taken by the Indore district administration to take away encroachments from the ashram.

“Six people have been detained as they tried to obstruct the demolition process,” stated Additional District Magistrate (ADM), Ajay Dev Sharma.

The ashram constructed on the federal government land in Jambudi Hapsi village of pc baba, identified for political ties, was demolished on Sunday morning.

However, the demolition comes days after voting ended in Madhya Pradesh bypolls, in which Computer Baba had campaigned for the Congress.

Officials stated that Baba was additionally served discover to take away the encroachments. An order for eviction from the federal government land was additionally issued. Baba had constructed an ashram and shed allegedly by illegally occupying over 46 acres of presidency land, which is valued at round Rs 80 crore.

In 2018, pc baba had stop then-chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan’s authorities. He was inducted in Chouhan’s cupboard with the minister of state rank. Later, he supported Congress.

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