Mumbai, Jun 18 Akhil Bharatiya Hindu Mahasabha president Swami Chakrapani today said he will visit Kairana tomorrow as part of a five-member team of "seers" and submit a report to the Uttar Pradesh government on the issue of alleged migration of Hindus.
"UP government has nominated five seers, including me, to have a visit of Kairana and present a report to the government. Hence, we are going to visit the place after which we would submit our ground zero report," Chakrapani said.
Samajwadi Party spokesperson and senior cabinet minister Shivpal Yadav had yesterday suggested that a five-member team of "apolitical persons" visit Kairana to probe the reality.
"We suggest Pramod Krishnam, Swami Kalyan, Naraina Giri, Swami Chinmayanand and Swamy Chakrapani to go and see the reality and give report.I urge them through the media to visit there as soon as possible," Yadav had said.
Terming UP Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav's decision to invite seers to Kairana as "honest", Chakrapani said, "Akhilesh ji deserves applause. Despite knowing that we (seers) are follower of Hinduism, his government has shown trust on us and its now our job to present true and unbiased picture of the Kairana."
When asked whether Kairana controversy could be a handiwork of political parties ahead of the assembly election in politically crucial state of Uttar Pradesh next year, he said, "Anything could be said only after thorough assessment of the situation."
The Hindu Mahasabha chief was in the city to do an assessment of underworld don Dawood Ibrahim's properties. The right wing outfit had in December last year set on fire car of the fugitive gangster in Ghaziabad that was auctioned in Mumbai.