Speaking to reporters after meeting the governor at the Raj Bhavan, Ambedkar said there is no need to dissolve the Assembly.
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Calling the development a 'travesty of justice' social activist and politician, Prakash Ambedkar, questioned the 'impunity' and 'unaccountability' of those accused.
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During his visit to the temple, Ambedkar had applied 'bukka' (a fragrant black powder) and sandalwood powder on his forehead, as Warkaris (devotees of Lord Vitthal) do.
Ambedkar's comments come a day after Maharashtra police revealed excerpts from letters allegedly hinting at a plot to assassinate Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Ambedkar also alleged that police have made contradictory claims about the violence at Bhima Koregaon near Pune in January.
He said those raising voices against the government were NGOs and non-political organisations, but had their roots in the masses.
Ambedkar also said that while the police are trying to link the Bhima-Koregaon riots with the Maoists, it would backfire on them.
Police have recovered a letter from Rona Wilson's computer which appears to have been written by fugitive Naxal leader Milind Teltumbde.
The dead body of the19-year-oldd class XI student Pooja Sakat was found floating in a well near rehabilitation site for the violence victims near Bhima-Koregaon at around 11 am on Sunday.
He also demanded the arrest of Maharashtra BJP chief Raosaheb Patil-Danve for his social media comments on the Bhima-Koregaon caste riots.
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The city police have asked the Yalgar Parishad to assemble at Azad Maidan rather than taking out a rally from the Byculla Jail.
Right-wing Hindutva leader Sambhaji Bhide sought a brain-mapping test of all the concerned persons, to unravel the truth behind the casteist disturbances that rocked Bhima-Koregaon.
He also demanded that the judicial commission, set up under retired Justice Jai Narayan Patel, to probe the Bhima-Koregaon violence be disbanded and a sitting judge be appointed to investigate the inc
An NCP spokesperson denied the allegation, pointing out that Ambedkar's own party was part of the ruling coalition in Maharashtra during the period he was referring to.