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Togadia in judicial custody for two days

April 14, 2003 16:46 IST

An Ajmer court on Monday rejected the bail application of Vishwa Hindu Parishad leader Pravin Togadia and sent him to judicial custody for two days.

Police wanted custody of the VHP leader, who was arrested on Sunday night for defying prohibitory orders and distributing tridents to Bajrang Dal activists, but Magistrate Lata Gaur turned down the plea.

The Rajasthan government has banned tridents in the state.

Togadia will now be produced before the court on April 16, District Collector Niranjan Arya said.


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Sub: it should have done very earlier

people like Togadia should not be given any liberty. such extremists can cause serious social-imbalance in the society.the government of Rajasthan has taken the right ...


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Sub: biased lawmaker

Just to appease muslims congress led government made a law aginst trident.Congress want to crush Hindu ideology by hook or crook. They do not want ...


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now a days the worst enemy to the nation is journalism.reporters are for giving news bot they are making the the people to split and ...


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