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Court grants bail to Togadia

April 21, 2003 13:52 IST

A court on Monday granted bail to VHP leader Pravin Togadia, who was arrested for violating a ban on distribution of tridents and making an inflammatory speech at a function in Ajmer in Rajasthan on April 13.

The VHP leader had been in judicial custody since April 13.

His bail application was accepted by District and Sessions Judge Hari Singh Punia.

The court told Togadia to furnish a bond of Rs 40,000 and not to repeat violation of prohibitory orders and the ban on tridents, District Collector Niranjan Arya told PTI.

As soon as the judge ordered Togadia's release on bail, VHP and Bajrang Dal activists, who had gathered outside the court, raised slogans of 'Jai Shri Ram' and 'Togadia tum sangharsh karo, hum tumhare saath hain' (Togadia, you carry on the fight, we are with you).


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Togadia is fighting for genuine and noble cause.I believe there are lots of hypecrots in this country who by for wrong reasons trying to protect ...


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Good that Togadia has got bail. We require such persons to frustate the evil desing of pesdo-secularist who in the name of secularism have treated ...


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