After Hathras incident, a baba's court in Rajasthan has been banned, he claims to cure cancer with flowers and leaves

Anil Kumar, a resident of Sarupura village in Bhind district of Madhya Pradesh, has been a constable in CRPF. After taking compulsory retirement, he calls himself a devotee of Hanuman ji and holds a court claiming to cure cancer. People from Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh reach the court in large numbers. Baba says that people come to his court with the blessings of Hanuman ji.

Jul 6, 2024 - 23:23
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After Hathras incident, a baba's court in Rajasthan has been banned, he claims to cure cancer with flowers and leaves

After the stampede and deaths during the Satsang in Hathras, Uttar Pradesh, strict action has been started against the babas holding darbars in Rajasthan. In this episode, the administration has banned the alleged baba Anil Kumar, who regularly holds darbars in Bayana of Bharatpur district on Saturday, claiming to cure cancer with flowers and leaves. He has been given notice and forbidden from holding such darbars.

Anil Kumar, a resident of Sarupura village in Madhya Pradesh's Bhind district, previously worked as a CRPF policeman. Following his forced retirement, he refers to himself as a Hanuman ji follower and holds a court claiming to heal cancer.

A significant number of people from Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh attend court. Anil Kumar, on the other hand, claims that individuals come to his court with Hanuman ji's blessing. Cancer patients are treated with rose petals and cloves according to Hanuman Ji's wishes.

Muskan Kumawat Journalist & Writer