Bhim Army Chief Chandrashekhar Azad to visit Mumbai on December 29

Chandrashekhar Azad was sent to jail after being charged under the National Security Act (NSA)

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Bhim Army chief and lawyer Chandrashekhar Azad is set to visit Maharashtra on December 29. Famously known by his media name, Ravan will address public meetings in Mumbai. Bhim Army activists have started preparations for the same. 

Maharashtra Bhim Army chief Ashok Kamble informed the press regarding the visit of Chandrashekhar in Marathi Patrakar Sangh during a press conference. The Bhim Army supremo will address the gathering on December 29 in Worli’s Jamboree Maidan. 

On December 30, Chandrashekhar plans to visit Pune to address a public meeting followed by his visit in Latur and Amravati on January 2 and 4, respectively. Earlier, Azad had informed that he has removed Ravan from his name because the media presented the name with a wrong perspective. 

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Chandrashekhar, earlier in May 2017, was charged under National Security Act (NSA) and was sent to jail for inciting caste riots in Uttar Pradesh’s Saharanpur. The Bhim Army chief was released in September this year. 

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