The Karni Sena President Murder Case in Jaipur has sparked conflict in Rajasthan even before the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) government took office. The case revolves around the murder of Rajput leader Sukhdev Singh Gogamedi in Jaipur on Tuesday. Following this, his organization, Shri Rajput Karni Sena, has cautioned the government to prepare for what’s coming. Allegedly, Gogamedi had been requesting security for two years, which was consistently disregarded. Furthermore, the notorious criminal Lawrence Bishnoi’s gang is linked to this murder.
Reportedly meeting at his residence, Gogamedi and his visitors first had tea, after which the assailants broke in and opened fire.
On Tuesday, Sukhdev Singh Gogamedi, the Rajasthan State President of Shri Rajput Karni Sena, was shot dead upon entering his Jaipur home. According to Ajit Singh Mamdoli, the former state president of the organization, 3-4 individuals arrived at Gogamedi’s house and asked the security guards to meet him. After being escorted inside and having tea, unidentified individuals shot Gogamedi. The culprits fled the scene, and the injured Rajput leader was rushed to the Metro Mass Hospital, where doctors declared him deceased.
Expressing sorrow over the incident, the organization conveyed a message on its official social media platform in Hindi, stating, “This will not be tolerated; the Rajasthan government should prepare.”
बहुत ही दुखत घटना समाज की बुलंद आवाज सुखदेव सिंह गोगामेड़ी पर 2 राउंड फायरिंग की गई, श्याम नगर इलाके में फायरिंग, जयपुर के मेट्रो मास अस्पताल में करवाया भर्ती
इस घटना को बर्दास्त नही किया जायेगा राजस्थान सरकार अब तैयार रहे @VasundharaBJP @RajCMO @RajGovOfficial @PoliceRajasthan pic.twitter.com/1gs7jxMG1z
— श्री राजपुत करणी सेना राजस्थान (@KarniSenaRaj) December 5, 2023
Additionally, comments from the Shri Rajput Karni Sena suggest that this tragedy was foreseeable. Allegedly, Gogamedi had been advocating for his safety for two years, and the government had turned a blind eye. The organization has raised concerns, citing the deaths of Virendra Singh Nayagali, Chatur Singh, Anandpal Singh, and now Sukhdev Singh, questioning who might be next. They squarely blame the state government, holding it accountable for the direct failure and warning of impending repercussions.