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PIL in Delhi HC against BJP rath yatras

March 22, 2006 12:35 IST

Apublic interest litigationhas been filed in the Delhi High Court seeking a ban on twin rath yatras of senior Bharatiya Janata Party leader L K Advani and president Rajnath Singh.

The petition, filed by Dharamvir Yadav, vice president of Haryana Yadav Mahasabha, and two others, through counsel Nawal Kishore Jha, sought a complete ban on all such yatras, saying these tend to create communal unrest in the country.

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Number of User Comments: 6

Sub: Ban Yathras

This kind of yathras create communal violense Government shouldn't allows both yathras

Posted by Haja

Sub: Teach a lesson to these blood suckers, mass murderers & gang rapists

Kudos to people like Dharmvir Yadav. They are attempting to foil the heinous designs of some riot-instigators, mass-murderers and gang-rapists. Adavani's & Rajnath's disgraceful Rath ...

Posted by Mohammed Abdul Aleem

Sub: Rath Yatra

These yatras should be banned for all political parties in India. What do they gain by this except for spending money and making the life ...

Posted by K.R. Sreenath

Sub: why not a yatra for 100% education

I appreciate what haryana yadav mahasabha has done. i fail to understand why these SO CALLED YATRA only on the basis of Religion why not ...

Posted by marzaan

Sub: brilliant

good for the country! it's high time someone came out in the open and filed a PIL against these nonsense yatras.they only serve the purpose ...

Posted by sums



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