SHAHJAHANPUR: Three days after an LLM student of SS Law College from Shahjahanpur, Uttar Pradesh, India accused former union minister and BJP leader,, of harassment and “destroying the lives of several girls”, she has gone missing from her college hostel.
According to a report in CNN News18, the girl accused Chinmayanand, director of her college, is threatening to kill her and her family as she has evidence against him. She had also appealed to Prime Minister Narendra Modi and UP chief minister Yogi Adityanath for help.
She, through a Facebook live video said, “I’m (name not revealed) from Shahjahanpur and am pursuing LLM from SS College. A big leader of the saint society, who has destroyed the lives of several girls, has been threatening me with life. I have all the evidences against him. I request Modi ji and Yogi ji to please help me. He has even threatened to kill my family. Only I know what I have been going through. Modi ji please help me, he is a sanyasi and is threatening that the police, DM and everyone else is on his side and no one can harm him. I request you all for justice.”
“When any girl tries to take an action against him, he blatantly threatens them with murder, claiming he has links with all forces of law.”
This girl in the video then goes on to ask for help from Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath and says she has all the evidences needed to prove all the allegations she is putting forth.
he has been missing since Sunday August 25, reported Dainik Jagran, just after the video got viral and she drew attention of many. Her father reported this matter to the police, alleging that his daughter was not missing but kidnapped. He has filed written complaint against Chinmayanand, former MoS Home. He has also told the police that his daughter was not the only one who was harassed.
No report or case has been lodged by the police so far.
Her phone has been switched off since Saturday, and her room was locked since Saturday. The room of the girl has been seized so that the evidences do not get tampered.
According to a report in CNN News18, The girl’s mother said, “The last time she came home was on Raksha Bandhan. I asked her why her phone remained switched off so frequently. She said, ‘if my phone goes off for a longer duration then understand that I am in trouble. My phone will go off only when it is not in my hands’. My girl was going through a lot of pain and trouble but didn’t divulge much. She told me she was being sent to Nainital by her college administration.
“My daughter never told me anything personally. She looked worried when she was home on Raksha Bandhan. She has been missing since four days. I have given a written complaint against college director Swami Chinmayanand but no action has been taken yet,” her father said.
No case has been registered against Swami Chinmayanand by the police so far. On being asked, S Chinappa SSP Shahjahanpur, said he doesn’t know anything about the viral video.