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Guilty won’t be spared, says Fadnavis

DNMUM404638 | 1/4/2018 | Author : DNA Correspondent | WC :202


Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis on Wednesday said his government would take strict action against those who broke the law during the Dalit protests that have rocked the state over the past two days.
Saying that CCTV footage is being scanned, the CM warned that anyone found involved in the Bhima-Koregaon incident that led to Wednesday’s statewide bandh would not be spared.
Without naming Gujarat MLA and Dalit leader JIgnesh Mevani, who was in the state recently, Fadnavis said that people from outside make statements which bring two communities against each other, and that the people of Maharashtra would keep such people at bay since they want development, not communal tension.
Mevani had been invited to speak at a fu
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