The Hindu Mahasabha on Tuesday closed the Gyanshala in Nathuram Godse, the assassin of Mahatma Gandhi in Gwalior, after intervening in the Gwalior district administration.
Nathuram Godse, the assassin of Mahatma Gandhi, closed the Hindu Mahasabha on Tuesday after the district administration of Gwalior intervened on Tuesday. The public meeting started two days ago on January 10 at the Daulatganj office in Gaweria. After receiving information about this, the administration spoke to the officials of the General Assembly and instructed them not to disturb the peace by imposing section 144 in the area. Gwalior Additional Collector Kishore Kanial said, “After the news came in the media, the information of this knowledge store was found in Daulatganj.
The administration then spoke to Hindu Mahasabha officials and issued a notice. With this, section 144 has been issued in Daulatganj area. After talking to the administration, the Hindu Mahasabha closed the Gyanshala in Godse. In this regard, Dr. Jayabir Bharadwaj, National Vice President, Hindu Mahasabha, said, “It was decided at the meeting of Hindu Mahasabha officials that the Hindu Mahasabha Bhavan Daulatgaj will continue to inspire national fans in Gwalior.
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