Tamil Nadu: The Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) has canceled its proposed road march across Tamil Nadu. The union has taken this decision after the conditions imposed by the Madras High Court regarding the rally. In which the High Court had allowed the rally to be organized only in the premises like ground or stadium. The RSS has now spoken of challenging this order of the High Court.
The Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh was planning to take out a rally across the state of Tamil Nadu on Sunday i.e. 6th November. Regarding which the Madras High Court put some conditions. The High Court said that it was allowed to take out the march only in the premises premises such as the ground or stadium. The court also refused permission to march at 6 places in the communally sensitive state. The Madras High Court has given conditional permission to the RSS to organize marches at 44 places across Tamil Nadu on November 6. Earlier the RSS had demanded rallies at 50 places in Tamil Nadu. But the state government had allowed the march only in three places.
The Madras High Court issued this order keeping in mind the intelligence inputs. In which it had also refused permission to march at six communally sensitive places including Coimbatore, Pollachi and Nagercoil. Let us tell you that recently a day before Diwali in Coimbatore, there was a car explosion in which one person Jamisha Mubin was killed. The case is being investigated by the National Investigation Agency, amid fears that there were plans to inflict major damage on Mr. Mubeen.
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Regarding the order of the Madras High Court, the RSS has said in a statement to appeal against it. “In Kashmir, West Bengal, Kerala and elsewhere, route marches take place in the open. We are not conducting Tamil Nadu route marches on November 6. We will appeal against this order,” the RSS said.
RSS cancels program after High Court’s conditions on rally will challenge court order