Son wanted to avenge father’s death
According to local residents, those who opened fire on Sawai Singh and Dinesh Tiwari in Baseli village of Pushkar were the sons of Madan Singh. Madan Singh used to run a weekly newspaper and Ajmer was continuously publishing news regarding the blackmail scandal. During the Ajmer blackmail scandal, many girls of Sophia College were blackmailed and raped. Allegedly, continuous publication of news about this matter was the reason for Madan Singh’s murder. The police had registered a murder case against Sawai Singh, Rajkumar Jaipal, Narendra Singh and others for the murder of Madan Singh. But all the accused were acquitted by the court. Since then both Madan Singh’s sons Surya Pratap Singh and Dharam Pratap Singh vowed to avenge their father’s death. Then both the sons of Madan Singh were 8 and 12 years old. It is being said that this was his second attempt in the last 10 years to take revenge on his father’s killers.
What is Ajmer blackmail case
The Ajmer blackmail case was the country’s biggest case of sexual abuse. This scandal started in 1992 from Ajmer in Rajasthan. Ajmer’s famous girls school was Sophia Senior Secondary Girls School. In which hundreds of girl students were targeted. A local newspaper first published the pictures and story of some of the girls. In which the schoolgirls were said to be blackmailed by the local gang. After this people came to know about a heinous murder case and this scandal. After that, each and every wire kept getting connected in this ruthless incident.
Khadim of Ajmer Dargah was the main accused in the scandal
Both the main accused in the Ajmer blackmail case were from the Khadim family of the famous Moinuddin Chishti Dargah in Ajmer. The main accused was Farooq Chishti. In addition, two others associated with the Indian Youth Congress of Ajmer, Nafees Chishti and his brother Anwar Chishti, were the Vice President and Joint Secretary of the Ajmer Congress. In this case 18 well-known criminals were charged in the court. Of these, 8 were convicted for life. Of these, 4 people were later acquitted. The rest were freed after reducing their prison sentences. Many influential people and politicians of Ajmer were involved in this matter.