Mumbai Police denies permission, Bhim Army adamant to hold meeting anyway

Maharashtra Bhim Army chief Ashok Kamble said that they will organise the rally at Worli despite Mumbai police denied them the permission to do so


Ahead of Bhim Army supremo Chandrashekhar Azad’s visit to Maharashtra, Mumbai Police has denied giving permission for a public meeting which was scheduled to happen on December 29 in Worli’s Jamboree Maidan. 

Earlier, Bhim Army had written to the police seeking permission for holding a gathering where Azad was to speak. However, Mumbai police denied the permission for the same on the grounds to maintain law and order situation. 

Despite Mumbai police not giving us permission for holding a rally, we will organise the same. If necessary, we will organise our meeting on the road,” Maharashtra Bhim Army said Ashok Kamble told Mumbai Live.

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Azad will visit Mumbai and will start his Maharashtra tour for the first time from December 28 to January 4. The Bhim Army supremo is running a campaign against Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) ahead of the upcoming polls. 

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