Hundreds of ABVP activists hold rally against Amnesty for anti-India slogans in Bengaluru

The protest by Akhila bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad ( ABVP) intensifies as the police threw Lathi charge on the protesters.

Published: 16th August 2016 12:32 PM  |   Last Updated: 16th August 2016 04:48 PM   |  A+A-

BENGALURU:The protest by Akhila bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad ( ABVP) intensifies as the police threw Lathi charge on the protesters.

Hundreds of students and ABVP activists organised a rally from RC college to city police commissioner office at Infantry road demanding the ban on Amnesty international an NGO which had organised an event related to Kashmir at a city college two days ago and where anti national slogans were raised, but police stopped them saying they have not got prior permission to hold a rally.

This measure by the police lead to heated argument between protesters and police. Finally to control the situation police threw lathi. The Central DCP Sandeep Patil said, "I cannot talk much about the case registered at another police station jurisdiction. And as they have not sought prior permission to hold the rally we have taken preventive measures."

However, the ABVP activists are gathering at Freedom Park in large numbers and saying they will not stop the fight untill the Government bans Amnesty international NGO.

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