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No police nod, but Togadia to go ahead with fast

DNAHM120219 | 4/17/2018 | Author : DNA Correspondent | WC :354 | Politics & Governance



Former Vishwa Hindu Parishad(VHP) leader Pravin Togadia has changed the venue of the programme for the indefinite fast twice in a day from Batrisi Hall near Sabarmati Ashram in Ahmedabad to GMDC ground in the city and then to VHP office in Ahmedabad itself.
Togadia had shifted the place to GMDC ground anticipating huge crowd to come in his support, but then had to change the place again as he did not get the permission from police.
Togadia could not receive police permission till the late night on Monday and ultimately had to take decision to change the venue again. Now, as per the latest updates, the protest programme of indefinite fast will be held at Vanikar Bhavan, VHP office, located in Paldi area of ahmedab
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