On May 19, 2023, the traffic police in Patna fined Bageshwar Dham leader Dhirendra Krishna Shastri, or ‘Bageshwar Baba,’ and MP Manoj Tiwari for not wearing seat belts. Furthermore, the cops identified the two inside the vehicle after looking at the CCTV footage. The SUV comes with a Madhya Pradesh registration number.
Manoj Tiwari And Dhirendra Shastri Traffic Rule Violation
Manoj Tiwari, born on February 1, 1973, is a significant figure in Indian politics and the entertainment business. He is from the village of Atarwalia in the Indian state of Bihar. Tiwari’s rise to popularity began in the field of music, where he established himself as a renowned Bhojpuri singer. He released several famous albums in Bhojpuri, establishing himself as one of the industry’s leading voices.
Tiwari’s success in the entertainment industry catapulted him into politics. He joined the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and rose to become a renowned party leader. Tiwari ran in the 2009 General Elections and was elected to the North East Delhi constituency as a Member of Parliament (MP). He successfully defended his seat in the 2014 election.
Who Is The Chief Of Bageshwar Dham Sarkar?
Shastri, formerly known as Dhirendra Krishna Garg, is the chief of Bageshwar Dham Sarkar, a prominent religious pilgrimage place in Madhya Pradesh’s Chhatarpur district. Moreover, he assumed the name Dhirendra Krishna Shastri and came from a spiritual family, with his paternal grandfather, Bhagwandas Garg, being a revered Siddhi saint.
In addition, Shastri grew up watching judicial hearings at the Niromahi Akhara, which was close to the Hanuman Temple and had ties to his grandpa. Therefore, as he grew older, he took on the job of leading divine court sessions, which he did admirably.
The two people were fined 1,000 rupees each for not wearing seat belts, and an online invoice was issued. The JDU issued a strong statement in response to this occurrence.
On Friday (May 19), JDU minister Shravan Kumar made a sarcastic remark, insinuating that if we sit in the car now and do not wear seat belts, then you people (media) will say that you are roaming around without wearing seat belts.
According to Shravan Kumar, everything in Bihar is done in accordance with the law. Furthermore, he emphasized the need for leaders, religious figures, the general population, and bureaucrats to follow the norms. Pandit Dhirendra Krishna Shastri paid a visit to Patna on May 13. From May 13 to 17, Target Pali in Naubatpur hosted a Hanumant Katha festival. However, both Bageshwar Baba and Manoj Tiwari were caught not wearing seat belts.