The Agneepath scheme, implemented for the recruitment of the central government's army, was fiercely opposed in Bihar as well. Now the operators of the coaching center have come on the radar of the government for instigating the students after the violent protests. Case has been registered against 6 coaching institutes of Patna. It also includes a Dr. M. Rahman alias Guru Rahman. Police and IT raided Rehman's premises on Monday. In this way, we are telling you about Dr. M. Rahman alias Guru Rahman.
According to media reports, Dr. M. Rahman alias Guru Rahman, born on January 10, 1974 in Basantpur of Saran district, received his early education from Dehri on Sone.
After that, he did his graduation and masters in ancient India and archeology from Banaras Hindu University.
After that started teaching in coaching.
Later he started teaching at Patna University, where the UGC also gave him the Best Teacher Award.
Love marriage with a girl of Hindu religion in the year 1997
It is being told that in the year 1997, Dr. Rahman wanted to do love marriage with Amita, but the family members objected to it.
Rahman’s family had agreed to adopt Amita on the condition that she accept Islam, but Dr. Rahman, a believer in religious freedom, objected to this.
Rahman never put any pressure on his wife.
Because of this, the family members did not keep a relationship with Rahman.
On the other hand, Rahman also did not go to meet the family till date.
For about 7 years of marriage, both the husband and wife remained separately.
During this, 13 fatwas were also issued on him.
Rehman stayed in the lodge and Amita in the girls hostel.
Rahman had to face great difficulties to pay the rent of the lodge.
Wife’s jewelry had to be sold for treatment
Got a chance to teach under the coaching of Vinay Kanth.
Due to this, 3-4 thousand rupees started coming in a month.
In the year 2004, Rahman’s sudden health deteriorated.
On showing the doctors, the matter of kidney failure came to the fore. During the treatment, all their money was spent.
Because of this, even the wife’s jewelry had to be sold.
Rahman had a daughter from his wife Amita, who was named Adamya Aditi.
Foundation of Gurukul laid 12 years ago
In the year 2010, Rahman laid the foundation of Gurukul in the name of daughter Adamya Aditi in Sandalpur area.
Dr. Rahman wanted an orphanage to be built, in which hundreds of poor children could have free food, accommodation and education, but this could not happen.