Dalit activist and former IPS officer well recognised S R Darapuri was locked behind bars along with eight associates in Lucknow yesterday for kicking against prohibitory orders and conducting a protest march towards UP chief minister Yogi Adityanath's residence.Darapuri which is associated with Bundelkhand Dalit Sena, got Government permission to hold a seminar at the Press Club at Qaiserbagh, but all of a sudden began a march to protest and so 45 Gujarat Dalit activists was arrested from a train at Jhansi.
These 45 Dalit activists were carrying a heavy 125kg bar of soap with the image of Lord Buddha carved on it, which they want to gift to insult Adityanath to "cleanse his dirty mentality towards Dalits".
The soap gift is viewed as a tit-for-tat response to reports of government officials distributing shampoo and soap bars to 100-odd Musahar Dalit families at a village in Kushi Nagar a day before their planned personal meeting with the chief minister Yogi this May.
Oxford check for Rahul Gandhi! The Oxford dictionary which is the most popular and most used across the corners of the world, has now retorted and responded clearing fake information that was getting shared via Congress President Rahul Gandhi. Rahul Gandhi was offered a clear clarification by the Oxford Dictionary on a word that was used by him.
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