The deceased sadhus have been identified as 60-year-old Gulab Singh and 61-year-old Shyam Sundar.
The bodies of both have been sent for post-mortem.
Gulab Singh died on the spot, while Shyam Sundar died on the way to the hospital.
Third monk hospitalized
At the same time, the condition of a third monk Ram Babu suddenly deteriorated after drinking tea. He is currently undergoing treatment at the district hospital. Giving information about the incident, SSP Gaurav Grover has said that the matter is being investigated.
The brother of the deceased accused of poisoning the sadhus
The deceased Gulab Singh Kosi was a resident of Dalauta village under Kalan police station.
Shyam Sundar and Ram Babu were residents of Pantha village under the Govardhan Police Station.
Gopal Das’s brother has alleged that the sadhus were poisoned inside the ashram, which has led to the incident.
After the incident, the forensic team also reached the spot and collected evidence related to the case.
Forensic team took samples of food items
According to media reports, the three sages drank tea from the milk of a cow tied in the ashram itself. After this, his health started deteriorating.
At the same time Gulab Singh’s brother Tikam has alleged that the sadhus have been killed by feeding them poison. He said that when he reached the ashram, there was a smell of poisonous medicines.
The forensic team has taken samples of the food items kept there.
District Magistrate said- investigation into the case is going on
District Magistrate Sarvagyaram Mishra said that he had received information about the death of two sadhus and injuries to one at the ashram. After this the SSP inspected the spot and the dead bodies of the dead sadhus have been sent for postmortem.
He further said that the police is investigating the case. Nobody has been arrested yet.
All three sadhus lived in the ashram located behind Giriraj Bagh in Govardhan area.