“For making the nation healthy, SP, BSP and BJP governments should thank to the Bajranj Dal,” said Vishva Hindu Parishad (VHP) president Pravin Togadia.
The arrest comes after an FIR against unidentified Bajrang Dal workers was lodged at Ayodhya police station Tuesday night.
In other news DCW chief visited house of 80-year-old woman who was allegedly abused by her daughter, Pinarayi Vijayan to swear-in as Kerala Chief Minister, etc.
The video of a mock drill purportedly showed some volunteers wearing skull caps at the camp held in Karsevakpuram — the VHP workshop in Ayodhya.
City Superintendent of Police (CSP), Sitaram Yadav said the girl was a Hindu and according to her certificate she was 10 days short of turning 18.
Accompanied by Bajrang Dal activists, a Kolgawan police team entered the Church of God in India and arrested 10 people, including pastor Sam Samuel and the groom’s parents.
Police deny permission for conversion event at public park
Haridas Shende, an ABVP activist, missed the target, and was beaten up by some people present at the venue and handed over to the police.
On June 25 last year, Premi and his associates had caught one Mohammad Riyaz, 42, alleging that he had stolen a calf from a cow shed in Adarsh Mandi area and was carrying it for slaughtering.
Apart from Premi, his 13 associates and 10 unidentified persons have also been booked under IPC section 188.
Attackers came in motorcycles, shouted slogans like ‘Jai Shri Ram’; cops blame encroachment dispute.
The Gujarat High Court on Monday issued notices to the Supreme Court-appointed Special Investigation Team and state government on a petition filed by the wife of a Naroda Patiya riots’ convict Navab Kalu Harisingh Rathod who is serving a life sentence.
Police have registered two FIRs in connection with the incident, and arrested five Bajrang Dal workers and the barber who tonsured the man’s head.
The order, marked “urgent”, also said the Centre has to be informed about the follow-up action taken by the district administration.
Bajrang Dal activists in Bihar on Friday (December 18) protested against Shah Rukh Khan starrer ‘Dilwale’, angered by his statement on intolerance.