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Togadia released from custody

Our Correspondent in Jaipur | April 22, 2003 12:51 IST

VHP leader Pravin Togadia was on Tuesday released from the Ajmer jail and was treated to a warm welcome by his supporters.

He had been arrested in Ajmer on April 13 for violating a ban on distributing tridents and making inflammatory speeches.

Addressing his supporters, Togadia insisted that no one could stop him from crusading for a Hindu rashtra.

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once again he is emboldened by release , the arrest is always a drama for politicians like togadia ,the law of the land is only ...


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Sub: Togadia's release !!

Togadia was arrested for distributed Trishuls by taking the symbolic cover of Hinduism. Once more Court has proved its worthless by grating him bail. Tomorrow ...


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No body is doubting his patrioism. Of course he is very patriotric. But in a country like India, Togadia should not burst his emotion in ...


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Pravin Togadia is a fanatic . His behaviour is detrimental to the society. He should correct his behavior to bring equilibrium in the society. In ...


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Sub: ITS ONLY POLITICS !!!!!!

Today Togdiya says that they want hindusm. but i want to ask from them that today i think that they are 45 year old. and ...


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