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Radical Dalit organization threatens to repeat Bhima Koregaon

Buldhana(Maharashtra, India): In a quarrel over a false case of the SC-ST, Dalit Panther Sena, A radical Dalit organization, has threatened to repeat the battle of Bhima Kore Gaon. The heated argument developed when the local MLA from the ruling party had come to condemn the false case of the SC-ST act which was imposed on a Maratha family.

In fact, a video of Shiv Sena MLA Sanjay Gaikwad is going viral on social media, in which he can be heard saying that if anyone misuses the Prevention of Atrocities Act and files a false complaint then the other party should be punished. A complaint of robbery should be filed against him.

“Prevention of atrocities law is for security and not for blackmail and misuse, if someone makes a false complaint of atrocities then you should file a complaint of reverse dacoity against that person, these people will withdraw the complaints of atrocities”, Gaikwad said.

“To deal with such issues, make a team of youth, file a case of dacoity, if the SHO does not register the case, I will come with 10,000 people and teach them a lesson”, he added.

Just after the video of MLA has gone viral on social media, the Dalit Panther Sena threatens to repeat the battle of Bhima Kore Gaon where it was alleged that the British Army, with a large number of Mahars predominant among them, defeated a numerically superior force of the Peshwa Baji Rao II.

Opposing the Shiv Sena MLA’s statement, All India Panther Sena President Deepak Kedar said that if Shiv Sena MLA is speaking the language of 10,000 people, then he should bring 10,000 people to Shivaji Park and I will bring 500 Mahars and repeat the Bhima Koregaon incident.

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