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People of different communities take part in Sadbhavna rally in Aurgangabad

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Aurgangabad | Monday, Jan 8 2018 IST
Persons of differentcommunities from 32 various organisations in the city including thatof the Marathas, Dalits, Muslims, OBCs and others, on Monday tookout a massive peaceful Sadbhavna rally, called 'Shivrai to Bhimrai',here, in the wake of the Bhima-Koregaon violence last week. The mute rally started from Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj statue to DrBabasaheb Ambedkar statue in a completely peaceful atmosphere. The purpose of the trally was to show integrity of all communitiesagainst the policy of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) to'divide and rule' amongst the communities. It was alleged that the RSS wanted to divide the communities on thebasis of social, political and religious issues and it has enteredin conspiracy to crush the Dalit youths.It also wanted to create a rift between the Dalit and Maratha communities.The Dalit youths were tortured by the police following the Bhima-Koregaon incident, but the police did not take any action againstthe masterminds of the violence -- Manohar alias Sambhaji Bhide andMilind Ekbote, the activists alleged. Various demands were raised including filing of a case against Bhideand Ekbote for justice, resignation of Chief Minister DevendraFadnavis as he could not maintain law and order at the time of BhimaKoregaon incident, compenation of Rs 30 lakh each to the families ofvictims Fatange and Yogesh Jadhav (the youths killed in theincident), to arrest the persons who were responsible for ransackingand vandalising during the incident, to withdraw the cases filedagainst the Dalit youths, to file cases against the police officialswho lathi charged the innocent persons and reimbursement of thelosses incurred by the families after police entered into theirhouses and ransacked articles.The rally was taken out by 32 organisations without giving slogansand they fluttered blue, saffron, green and red flags without abanner of any political parties. Women were leading the rally, followed by senior citizens and students.The organisers of the rally were Sambhaji Brigade, Baliraja ShetkariSanghatana, Rashtriya Maratha Mahasangh, RPI-Bahujan Mahasangh, ShivKranti Sanghatana, CPI, Sambhaji Brigade, Maratha Seva Sangh, Phule-Shahu-Ambedkar Vichar Prabodhan, Jamaat-e-Islami, Welfare Party ofIndia and Akhil Bhartiya Sena among others.UNI VKB XR SS VS2221

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