Maharashtra: More than two weeks have passed since the suicide of Mohan Dhelkar, MP of Dadra and Nagar Haveli. But still the controversies related to his death are not being named.
The latest case is of the Maharashtra Legislative Assembly, where state Home Minister Anil Deshmukh also targeted the BJP high command on the pretext of Dhelkar’s suicide. Deshmukh raised the question and said that Dhelkar has clearly written the names of the abusers in his suicide note. Yet why are there no concrete steps being taken.
Deshmukh also said that Praful Khoda Patel’s name is coming out in this suicide, then he He was the Home Minister of Gujarat when Modi used to be the Chief Minister of Gujarat. At the same time, Anil Deshmukh also announced the formation of a special investigation team to investigate the matter.
According to reports, Abhinav Dhelkar, son of former MP, met Gujarat BJP President CR Patil in Surat on Sunday and also demanded the removal of Praful Patel from the post of Dadra and City Administrator.
At the same time, Congress spokesperson Pawan Khera made a statement about this that Dhelkar had several times called Prime Minister Narendra Modi.He wrote to Minister Amit Shah and other senior leaders that they are facing “harassment” Even then, the Center did not take any action.
Significantly, Mohan Dhelkar’s body was found on 22 February in Hotel Sea Green, Marine Drive, Mumbai. From the room of Mohan Dhelkar, the Mumbai Police also received a suicide note written in Gujarati, in which the names of some people were written.
Mohan Dhelkar was first elected as an MP from Dadra Nagar Haveli in 1989. After this, he continued to win the Lok Sabha elections from Dadra Nagar Haveli continuously till 2006. He has also been MP from Congress, BJP, and Bharatiya Navashakti Party, Pulling He reached the Lok Sabha as an independent candidate in 2019.
Mohan Dhelkar was born in Silvassa. He started his career as a trade union worker. For many years Dhelkar worked for the tribals and formed the ‘Tribal Development Organization’.