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RSS submits petition to Madras High Court amid November 4 order prohibiting route marches and meetings

The Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) on Wednesday, November 23, knocked on the door of the Madras High Court again, challenging the November 4 order of Justice GK Ilanthiraiyan, in which it was mentioned that the RSS marches and meetings should take place in some big premises like playgrounds or stadiums.

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Chennai: The Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) on Wednesday, November 23, knocked on the door of the Madras High Court again, challenging the November 4 order of Justice GK Ilanthiraiyan, in which it was mentioned that the RSS marches and meetings should take place in some big premises like playgrounds or stadiums.

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A man named Subramanian submitted his petition, in which he demanded punishment of some state government officials such as the state home secretary, the Director General of Police, the Greater Chennai Police Commissioner and the inspector attached to the Korattur police for not obeying the earlier order of the court.

In his November 4 order, Justice Ilanthiraiyan imposed conditions, and the march route was also selected.

He stated that the marches may take place in 44 of the 50 places, and he further said they should be held inside a ground or stadium.

When a court order was issued, the RSS decided to cancel the route. But it will occur in three places where the organisation has gotten permission for an outdoor march. The court has restricted the march amid concerns raised by the state police, who mentioned that the law-and-order situation may be affected by the route march of the RSS.

 

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