Bhim Army boss Chandrashekhar Azad came to Pune in the midst of overwhelming police security on Sunday, in the wake of being supposedly kept in Mumbai on Saturday.
Azad was to address a rally at the SSPMS College ground here on Sunday evening, in any case, it was dropped as the coordinators neglected to get required consents.
His supporters had claimed on Saturday that he was “kept” at his Mumbai lodging, a charge police denied.
The torch Dalit pioneer was likewise planned to have a communication with understudies at Savitribai Phule Pune University Monday, yet varsity authorities said that no
authorization had been allowed for the program.
Azad is slated to visit Koregaon Bhima in Pune area on January 1 on the event of 201st commemoration of the Battle of Koregaon Bhima of 1818 which Dalits in
Addressing the media, Azad said he will visit Koregaon Bhima regardless of whether the administration utilizes power to stop him. After the consent for Sunday’s rally was denied
individuals from the Bhim Army have moved toward the Bombay High Court.
“The conference on our request of will happen Monday. On the off chance that the choice comes to support us, we will hold a rally here, and if the court denies us authorization, we won’t conflict with the law as we regard the Constitution,” Azad said.
Discussing the brutality at Koregaon Bhima on January 1, 2018, and police’s take action against left-inclining activists in its consequence, Azad demanded that the captured
activists were blameless.
“The police are asserting they have grabbed a letter which discusses risk to the leader’s life, in any case, unmistakably at present there is a peril to
humankind,” he said.
As per the police, seized correspondence between a portion of the captured activists and Maoists proposed that Maoists were arranging “Rajiv Gandhi-like occurrence” to
kill Narendra Modi.
As lakhs of individuals are required to visit the war dedication at Koregaon Bhima on January 1, police have fixed the security to stay away from any untoward episode.