Chief Minister’s effigy burnt due to continuous atrocities on tribals

Bhilwara, May 13 (H.S.). In Bhilwara, BJP ST Morcha, Bhilwara, protested against the district collectorate for the continuous atrocities being committed against the tribal society in the state and the incident of stopping the Rajya Sabha MP Dr. Kirodilal Meena from place to place by the police, Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot from Mukherjee Garden. While […]
 


Chief Minister’s effigy burnt due to continuous atrocities on tribals

Bhilwara, May 13 (H.S.). In Bhilwara, BJP ST Morcha, Bhilwara, protested against the district collectorate for the continuous atrocities being committed against the tribal society in the state and the incident of stopping the Rajya Sabha MP Dr. Kirodilal Meena from place to place by the police, Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot from Mukherjee Garden. While raising slogans after taking out the funeral procession, Gehlot’s effigy was burnt. Later, a memorandum was submitted to the District Collector in the name of Governor Kalraj Mishra.

BJP district media in-charge Mahaveer Samdani said that under the leadership of Morcha District President Mahendra Meena and BJP District General Secretary Babulal Tak, shouting slogans loudly at the Collector’s intersection, took chari in front of the funeral procession. It has been said in the memorandum that such an incident is an attack on democracy. Dr. Meena effectively raises the voice of adivasi society as well as providing justice for every aggrieved republic. The Congress government is being harassed everywhere. It is deplorable to humiliate and unnecessarily harass Dr. Meena by the local police administration while coming to Udaipur city during his private program. In this way, the tribal society and BJP ST Morcha Bhilwara strongly condemns the Rajasthan government for inhuman behavior. BJP ST Morcha will not tolerate such insults being done by the Rajasthan government to the tribals.

ST Morcha District President Mahendra Meena has demanded from the Governor that in time, the Congress government should be persuaded by a democracy and constitutional expert. Otherwise, the tribal society will agitate not only in Rajasthan but in the whole of India, Jagdish Sen, Puran Didwania, Prasad Mewada, Ladu Lal Gurjar, Manju Paliwal, Asha Nuwal, Chanda Soni, Madhu Sharma, Yogesh Tripathi, Kiran Salvi, Prakash Bhil Hundreds of workers including Ramesh Meena, Vikas, Ashish Meena, Parmeshwar Gadri, Dinesh Meena, Rakesh, Guman, Raghuveer Meena were present.