Syringe attack on Jitendra Visen, advocate of Gyanvapi case in Delhi

Doctors expressed the possibility of injecting any virus or medicine into the body

New Delhi. Jitendra Singh Visen, advocate of the Gyanvapi case and former president of All India Vedic Sanatan Sangh, was attacked late on Tuesday night in Delhi. The assailant has shot Wiesen in the shoulder from behind. The attackers fled when Visen made noise. After treatment and complete investigation, the doctors told that some virus or medicine must have been injected into his body. Its effect is often visible even after a week. Here, the case related to the worship of the alleged Shivling in the Gyanvapi premises and the right to raga-bhog will also be heard today.
Jitendra Singh Visen said that there is trembling and nervousness in the body. The doctors told that its test report would come after a week. Only then the truth will be known. The medicine will last for a week. Jitendra Singh Visen said that “at around 9 o’clock in the night, we were walking in the nearby park after eating food. Then two people came from behind and pricked the injection on the shoulder from behind. After that they ran away. Where the needle was pricked , There I started feeling a lot of pain and burning. The skin there had become completely hardPeople around took me to Sardar Patel Hospital first. After this, he was taken to Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital here. The matter has also been complained to the police. Police is engaged in arresting and investigating the attackers. Several cases have been filed on behalf of Kiran Singh Visen, wife of Visen Jitendra Singh Visen and others including Bhagwan Adi Vishweshwar Virajman in the Gyanvapi case. Due to this, many times he had expressed apprehension of attack on him. He had said that he was being repeatedly threatened to withdraw from the case

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