Rajasthan / Sukhdev Singh Gogamedi's wife announced the end of the strike

Zoom News : Dec 07, 2023, 07:20 AM
Rajasthan : The ongoing protest in Rajasthan against the murder of Shri Rashtriya Rajput Karni Sena National President Sukhdev Singh Gogamedi ended at around 10 pm on Wednesday night. Gogamedi's wife Sheela Shekhawat, while addressing the ongoing dharna in front of Metro Mass Hospital in Mansarovar, Jaipur, announced the end of the movement.

He said- Police has given written assurance of arresting the accused within 72 hours. Also, SHO Manish, beat in-charge and beat constable have been suspended. Sukhdev's last rites will be performed in Gogamedi on Thursday. Earlier, at around 8 pm, Sukhdev Singh's wife had announced to continue the protest until her demands were met.

On Tuesday, two miscreants entered the house of Sukhdev Singh and shot him dead in Shyam Nagar, Jaipur. After this, he was brought to Metro Mass Hospital in Mansarovar, where his supporters were sitting on a dharna since Tuesday demanding the arrest of the accused. At around 8.15 pm, Sukhdev Singh Gogamedi's wife Sheela Shekhawat addressed the supporters at the protest site. Had said- The protest will continue until the accused are brought before us.

During this time Sheela became emotional. He had said- Sukhdev Singh has done every work diligently. Now this demand of mine also has to be fulfilled with full force. After this, everyone sat on a dharna outside the hospital demanding the arrest of the accused.

Exactly 2 hours later, Sheela again came to the protest site and read the letter given by the police administration. After this it was announced to end the strike. Tomorrow at 7 am, the body of Sukhdev Singh Gogamedi will be kept in Rajput Sabha Bhawan for last darshan. After this, the funeral procession will be taken out in village Gogamedi between 12 noon to 1 pm.

Earlier, in view of the situation in the state, Governor Kalraj Mishra had called the Chief Secretary, Home Secretary, DGP and Jaipur Police Commissioner to Raj Bhavan at around 11 am on Wednesday morning and made a special review of the law and peace of the state.