Self-proclaimed spiritual leader and social activist Swami Agnivesh, who was allegedly attacked by a mob in Jharkhand's Pakur district, said he could have been murdered in the "planned" attack.
Agnivesh further demanded an inquiry by a retired or sitting judge of Ranchi High Court in the matter.
"Those arrested were allowed to walk free after few hours. This seems to be a drama. Inquiry ordered by Deputy Inspector General (DIG) also seems fake.This was planned," Agnivesh told ANI.
"This was an attempt to murder, I could've been murdered. This was pre-planned," he added.
On Tuesday, Agnivesh lodged a complaint with the Ranchi police stating that a couple of people allegedly belonging to RSS, and BJP Yuva Morcha (BJYM) entered the premises and assaulted him.
Notably, he had gone to Pakur, a place 30 km away from the state's capital to address the tribals residing in the region.
Soon after the incident, the state government headed by Raghubar Das provided security to Agnivesh.