Sangamner, Leading News Service: After 10 to 15 days, a case has been registered against senior journalist Suresh Chavanke and two office bearers of the local Bajrang Dal, accused of making provocative speeches in the saffron march to Sangamner. So there has been a stir.
The information provided by the Sangamner city police in this regard is that while giving permission for the march in the city on June 6, the organizers were given permission subject to certain conditions to maintain peace and order. Along with that, the guidelines issued by the Supreme Court regarding provocative speeches were also reminded. However, it has been mentioned that the organizers have violated this and during the conclusion, Suresh Chavanke gave a very hateful and provocative speech, which led to the incident in Samanapur.
According to the complaint filed by Sangamner city police sub-inspector Balasaheb Yadav, the police have charged Sudarshan news channel editor Suresh Chavanke (Rest. Noida), Bajrang Dal organizer Vishal Vakchoure and Yogesh Suryavanshi with Section 153 (a) of the Indian Penal Code for creating communal tension. A case has been registered under Section 505 (2), 34. This news has once again created excitement in Sangamner taluk.
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