Mumbai cop’s transfer is noticed as a precautionary measure to keep away from communal flare-up because the state not too long ago had witnessed violence in some towns
Mumbai: At the backdrop of new communal violence in some portions of Maharashtra, the Mumbai Police on Tuesday denied permission to All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) President Asaduddin Owaisi to carry a rally within the town.
Mumbai police’s transfer is noticed as a precautionary measure to keep away from communal flare-up because the state not too long ago had witnessed violence in some towns. On November 12 and 13, violence used to be reported within the Nashik, Amravati, and Nanded districts of Maharashtra towards alleged violence in Tripura.
Mumbai police mentioned, “AIMIM leader Asaduddin Owaisi has no longer been approved to carry a rally at BKC in Mumbai on November 27. The permission used to be no longer granted in wake of Covid-19 ban on public gatherings at MMRDA floor and up to date violence in some districts of the state.”
The AIMIM used to be scheduled to carry a rally on the Mumbai Metropolitan Area Construction Authority (MMRDA) floor at Bandra-Kurla Complicated (BKC) on November 27 which used to be to be addressed by means of Mr Owaisi, his brother and MLA Akbar Owaisi, MP and Maharashtra president Imtiaz Jaleel.
Talking in Aurangabad remaining week, Mr Owaisi had declared that his birthday celebration will cling protests throughout Maharashtra for the implementation of Muslim reservations within the state.
Whilst the Congress-NCP executive had promulgated an ordinance in 2014 offering 5 in keeping with cent reservation to Muslims in instructional establishments and public employment, the Bombay HC later upheld the quota handiest in instructional establishments.
The AIMIM may be making plans to contest all seats within the upcoming Municipal Company polls in Maharashtra. Consistent with Mr Owaisi, the birthday celebration is having discussions relating to applicants’ variety and arrangements for the polls are underway.