के सभी प्रकाशन Disha Chauhan . बम्बई , भारत
Aarey And CAA Activists Together Protested
Even as people across the country continue to protest against the Citizenship Amendment Act, around 500 students and members of a human rights group formed after the Bhima Koregaon violence - Mumbai Rise to save Democracy, Aarey activists and Common citizens gathered to participate in a peaceful, free speech demonstration at Dadar and Matunga Cultural Center at 5 pm on Friday. The demonstration, organized by the 'Mumbai Rise to Save Democracy', was held in the auditorium of the cultural center. While the opening musical act includes a spin-off of the popular Hindi song 'Ye Hai Mumbai Meri Jaan' performed by one of the participants, its lyrics soon changed to 'Zara Roko, Zara Toko, Ye Hai Mumbai Meri Jaan' went. The panelists - Prakash Bhoir, Manisha Dhirede, Arfa Khanam, and Prabhat Patnaik - inspired the crowd through their stories of rebellion against the authorities and survival. Mistakes were handed over to audience members with 'sedition' and 'urban naxal' written on them. Explaining how into Mumbai Rise to Save Democracy came into existence last September, he said, "Bhima Koregaon is an important milestone for opposing Hindutva. The vehicles of those who joined it were burnt, and the police later registered cases against the activists and them. The authorities then found a new conspiracy and based on this, and they arrested nine human rights activists. What was most frightening was the mass media used… it has put the word 'urban naxal' in everyone's heads." Another tribal, Manisha Dhende, who was detained during the Aare protests, said, "I don't understand the police. We all grew up learning that we should save trees and be non-violent, but I don't know which school the police said they beat up students and detained people for no reason."
Uddhav Thackeray Said, We Have Reduced The Burden Of BJP
In response to the allegations against by Shiv Sena and General Secretary Vikas Mahadev, Uddhav Thackeray said that he has stopped carrying the burden of the BJP and has made a lot of compromises to come to the CM's chair. He questioned the BJP's understanding of Vinayak Damodar Savarkar's Hindutva and the need for the CAA to legislate rather than do justice to Hindus in India before hosting refugees from other countries. "We cannot understand Savarkar completely, but do you understand him too? Do you support Savarkar's views on cows? Manohar Parrikar was the proponent of beef import. Union Minister Kiren Rijiju eat beef. You can talk about this. What do I think? " He responded to the BJP's allegations that were levelled against him during a debate on the Governor's address at a joint sitting of the legislature. At one point, the CM said that he had too many papers to read, but he would first answer all the allegations. Two days ago when Thackeray equalled the police crackdown on students at Jamia Millia University in connection with the Jallianwala Bagh massacre, it forced NCP boss Sharad Pawar to say that the Maha Vikas Aghadi government would now be stable and stable. Pawar interpreted Thackeray's statement as a necessary response that the BJP should be kept at bay. Thackeray said, he had promised his father that Shiv Sena would be the CM in Maharashtra, but he never told him that he would always be with the BJP. "If you say that I have made a new low to form the government, then yes, I have done so, but remember that I have removed the burden of the BJP from my shoulders." Clarifying his stand on the CAA, the CM said, "BJP should do justice to Indian Hindus first and then think of Hindus of other countries." He further said that the BJP should also think of Marathi speaking people in Karnataka, who have wanted to be a part of Maharashtra since 1960, the year a new state was created without the inclusion of Belgaum belt.
2000 policemen deployed to stop more than 25,000 protesters at August Kranti Maidan
2,000 police personnel deployed to monitor the mob of over 25,000 protesters at the August Kranti Maidan pulled out a successful settlement with Mumbaikars on Thursday, leading to a violent demonstration. The over-prepared police also had a riot control unit and the State Reserve Police Force on standby. "Senior police officers, including Joint Commissioner of Police (Law and Order) Vinay Choubey, monitored the entire protest from the ground zero to ensure that no untoward incident took place. The crowd that gathered was far from More was what we were expecting, but adequate arrangements were made to handle the crowd and everything was going on smoothly. It was deployed underground to collect intelligence and keep close tabs on anyone trying to disturb peaceful protests. Officials were also keeping a close watch on journalists, especially from specific media houses. . Pro-government to run the news. "There was some input that the crowd that came to the protest was furious with some media houses for their partisan reporting. Therefore, we kept a close watch on them to ensure that they are not disturbed," the official said.