After nine laborers of the Gujarat Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) were kept in Banaskantha by police on Thursday to supposedly deflect them from holding a dharna, the gathering president reported further fights in significant urban areas on June 14.
As per Kishore Desai, leader of Gujarat AAP, the gathering laborers should hold a parade and dharna in Palanpur of Banaskantha on Thursday, against both BJP and Congress, for the ongoing contention over the renunciation of three Congress MLAs only days in front of the Rajya Sabha surveys.
“We have named both the BJP and Congress as ‘purchase/sell council’ and held fights against the pony exchanging going on in different urban areas in the state. In Banaskantha, dissent should be held today yet police showed up at the living arrangement of Ramesh Nabhani, our gathering responsible for Banaskantha and Sabarkantha and wrongfully kept him for quite a long time. We will proceed with our fights regardless of the harassing strategies of the police and government,” said Desai.
Nabhani said that an aggregate of nine specialists across Banaskantha was kept by the police from 7 am to 3 pm on Thursday. “We had given an announcement in nearby papers a couple of days prior that we are going to hold a parade where we will mastermind the burial service of the Congress and dissent against the pony exchanging. Recently, we got a notification from the police that in the wake of COVID pandemic, we can’t dissent out and about, to which we answered that similar guidelines ought to be set for the decision party, which is purchasing Congress MLAs. Around 7.30 am, I was gotten and brought to Deesa city South police headquarters and kept there till 3 pm. Eight different laborers of our gathering were likewise kept,” said Nabhani.
Addressing The Indian Express, Dr. Kamal Ojha, delegate administrator of police, Deesa, stated, “It was preventive confinement of the laborers since they were going to hold a dissent. We didn’t book them regardless.”