Mevani's rally in Delhi despite no police permission

Mevani's rally in Delhi despite no police permission

Mevani's rally in Delhi despite no police permission

I believe in politics of love, not love jihad. "We want to protect the constitution and this democracy of the nation".

Dalit leader and Gujarat MLA Jignesh Mevani, while addressing the people at the Yuva Hunkar rally in the national capital on Tuesday, took jibe at Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government.

The rally for which the Delhi Police had originally denied permission was held at Jantar Mantar, a short distance from Parliament House in central Delhi.

The Dalit leader still held his own, and decide to continue the Youth Hunkar rally.

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Mevani, who won from Vadgam in Gujarat in Assembly elections, said elected representatives were not allowed to speak and that was Gujarat's model. Alpesh Thakor, Hardik Patel and I are being targeted because we demolished the BJP's pride and arrogance in Gujarat. "There's a looming threat to our democracy and Constitution today", he said.

A large section of students from universities and colleges in Delhi, women's groups, teachers' associations and activists associated with Mevani from across the country are expected to attend the rally. Of the 282 MPs, 109 MPs have serious crimes allegations against them. "We don't have crowds, but we have real, living breathing people". "There's no space for Dalits in the Hindu Rashtra that they envision", JNU student Umar Khalid said at the rally. He described the situation as "unfortunate" and said that the government was "targeting" him. "Twelve States in India had special status after the BJP government came into being, the autonomy of these States was compromised. Our voices are silenced with sedition cases and NSA because we speak against BJP and RSS and fight for our rights on the streets", said Mr. Gogoi. "We fight the fight on the streets", he said. Almost 15,000 security personnel - armed with water cannons and tear gas - were deployed in areas near Jantar Mantar and Parliament Street in the national capital to prevent protesters from carrying out a march to the Parliament building. The rally began at 1pm, and was joined by the students from JNU, and leaders like Akhil Gogoi and even the Supreme Court lawyer Prashant Bhiushan.

A senior officer from New Delhi district told PTI that additional forces from other districts of the city have been called in.

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