Saket Gokhale Net Worth, Age, Height, Relationship Status

Saket Gokhale is a social activist from Mumbai, India. She became famous mainly after filing a lawsuit against the opening ceremony of the Bhumi Pujan or Rama temple in Ayodhya, Uttar Pradesh, India.

Full Name Saket Gokhale
Date of Birth 1987
Age 33 Years
Birth Place Mumbai, Maharashtra
Profession Social Activist
Nationality Indian
Hometown Mumbai
Caste Not Known
Zodiac Sign Gemini
School Priavet School in Mumbai
College / University Not Known
Education Qualification Graduate
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Saket Gokhale Wiki/Biography

Saket Gokhale Age was born in 1987 and will be 33 years old in 2020. She was born and raised in Mumbai, Maharashtra, India.

He received his first education at a private school in his hometown and then at the university.

Saket Gokhale’s father’s name is Suhas Gokhle.

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Public figure Saket Gokhale made headlines when she filed a lawsuit against Ram Temple Bhumi Pujan. Saket filed a petition with the Allahabad High Court, claiming that around 300 people would gather at the temple to celebrate Bhumi Pujan, in violation of government social distancing rules.

However, after all the allegations, the National High Court rejected the appeal filed by the social activist. She also appeared in a topical discussion on ZeeNews where she said that the Bhumi Pujan ceremony is too risky in this pandemic and the government should postpone it for a while.

After this incident, Saket tweeted that he had received phone death threats from BJP and RSS staff and that some RSS members appeared in front of his house in Mumbai and started shouting “Jai Shri Ram” slogans and threatening him. and his family.

Maharashtra Deputy Prime Minister Anil Deshmukh has ordered an immediate investigation into the case and vowed to protect the activist and her family.

Saket Gokhale with Rahul Gandhi

Apart from Anil Deshmukh, several other leaders have spoken out in support of the social activist, saying that India is a democratic country and that the Maharashtra police should crack down on RSS thugs, adding that they do not. This is not about the government of Uttar Pradesh,” Sachin Savant tweeted.

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