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TN police denies permission for RSS route march on Oct 2, no nod for VCK, CPI, CPI-M human chain event

TN police denies permission for RSS route march on Oct 2, no nod for VCK, CPI, CPI-M human chain event

Chennai, Sep 29 (UNI) A week after the Madras High Court gave the
nod for the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) to conduct a route
march followed by a public meeting across the State on October 2,the
Tamil Nadu police has refused permission citing law and order problems.
Police denying permission for RSS comes in the wake of NIA raids
on Popular Front of India (PFI) premises and their functionaries across
the India, arrest of their leaders, violent incidents like hurling of petrol
bombs at the premises of BJP and RSS functionaries and the
subsequent Union Government order declaring PFI as an Unlawful
Organisation for five years.
Police said the permission was not granted for RSS as the situation
was not conducive to hold the route march and the public meeting.
Central and State intelligence agencies had issued alerts that following
the ban on PFI and its associates/affiliates/fronts under the provisions
of the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, 1967, imposed by the Union
Government, there was a possibility that some anti-social elements
could resort to protests and activities that might disrupt peace and
cause harm to public life/property.
Police also denied permission for VCK, CPI and CPI(M) to organise
human chain demonstration against the RSS march on October two.
While VCK Founder and Lok Sabha MP Thol Thirumavalavan wanted
the court to withdraw permission granted to the RSS route march,
Tamil Nadu Congress Committee President K.S.Alagiri urged the
ruling DMK to move Supreme Court to ban the RSS rally.
Following a petition filed by the RSS against police denying permission
for the route march, police have also filed a plea in the High Court seeking
to review its order September 22 order.
It may be recalled that the bench of Justice GK Ilanthiraiyan directed the
state authorities to grant permission to RSS before September 28 to take
out processions at 51 places throughout Tamil Nadu on October 2, subject
to certain conditions.
Wile granting the permission, the Judge directed the State Home Secretary,
DGP and other top police officers in the districts to grant the permission
before September 28, after obtaining the procession routes from the
organisers and imposing stringent conditions to maintain law and order.
The procession was to commemorate the founding day of the RSS, to
celebrate the 75th year of India's Independence and the centenary of
B R Ambedkar. The rallies will be conducted peacefully without creating
any law and order problem, the RSS had told the court.
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