ABVP sang hymns for the wisdom of the police
ABVP sang hymns for the wisdom of the police: bowed down and asked - even after 48 hours, the police are not presenting the workers in the court
The controversy over showing black flags to Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot is not taking its name. On Thursday, for the second consecutive day, demonstrations were held at the Gandhinagar police station by the Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad. During this, ABVP workers prayed for the wisdom of the police by singing bhajans and Ramdhuni.
ABVP workers said that more than 48 hours have passed. But till now the innocent workers have not been presented in court. At the same time, the police are imposing false sections to implicate them, which will not be tolerated under any circumstances. If ABVP workers are not released today. So from Friday, we will start agitation against the government across the state.
ABVP national minister Hoshiar Meena said that yesterday also we protested at Gandhinagar police station in a peaceful manner. But despite this, the police are not accepting our legitimate demands. Rather, the activists who are demonstrating in a democratic way are being put in jail. He has not even been presented in court by imposing false sections against him. In such a situation, if the ABVP workers are not produced in court as soon as possible, then the ABVP workers will give a befitting reply to the government.
ABVP activists had shown black flags to the Chief Minister against atrocities on heroines, paper leaks and increasing crime in Rajasthan. But instead of taking action on all these issues, the Rajasthan government. It is putting the youth in jail. Which is totally undemocratic. In such a situation, if the child is not released from jail as soon as possible. So we will do a fierce movement on 21st March. For which the government will be responsible.
In fact, on Tuesday afternoon outside Rajasthan University (RU), students associated with Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) suddenly came in front of CM Gehlot's convoy. The students had black flags in their hands and started raising slogans. Seeing the uproar there, the police lathi-charged the protesting students.
Police arrested five activists including ABVP's Rajasthan unit president Bharat Bhushan Yadav, secretary Rohit Meena, Dev Palsania, and Gulzar Meena. The workers of the ABVP Rajasthan unit had protested on the issue of honouring the heroines.