At an auction event on 9 December 2015, Swami bought a car of Rs. 32,000 which was once used by the Indian gangster Dawood Ibrahim. Initially, he thought of using the car as an ambulance, but when he was threatened by Dawood Ibrahim’s D-Company, he decided to use the parts of car in making toilets. As soon as he said this publicly, he started getting threat calls from D-Company. On 24 December 2015, he burnt the car with Dawood’s poster on it at a public place.
• Controversial Statements on Kerala Floods
In 2018, amid the Kerala floods, Swami made a controversial statement. In an interview, he said,
“I am also appealing for help in Kerala. But help should be given to those who respect nature and creatures. When roti was available to people in Kerala, they were slaughtering the cow to eat her meat. So, what I mean is that Hindus should provide help to those who avoid cow meat, those who are trying to hurt the Hindu religion by deliberating eating cow and slaughtering her on the road should not be forgiven. People who eat beef should not receive any help. If they have to be provided for help, they should be asked to sign a pledge that they would never eat beef in the future.”
Some section of the society did not like his statement, and later, someone hacked the official website of Hindu Mahasabha and uploaded a recipe of spicy beef curry on the website.
• Listed Among Fake Babas
In 2018, he sent a defamation notice of Rs. 11 crores against the three office bearers of Akhara Parishad for listing him in the fake babas list.
• Gaumutra Party for COVID-19
When the coronavirus pandemic hit the nation in 2020, Swami passed a statement in media that coronavirus was an avatar to punish the non-vegetarians. As a solution, he suggested people to drink gaumutra (cow’s urine), and later, he organised a gaumutra party which was attended by a large no. of people. For his this act, some people mocked him, and some criticised him for such lame attitude towards a pandemic.