Police deny permission but Dalit leader may hold rally at Parliament Street

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Scores of people gathered around the barricaded Parliament Street in the heart of Delhi on Tuesday for a protest march planned by Gujarat MLA and Dalit leader Jignesh Mevani even as police denied permission for the event.

Meanwhile, people are criticizing the Delhi Police for misleading people by saying that "No permission granted so far by Delhi Police to hold proposed protest at Parliament Street in view of NGT orders". The rally, however, evoked a boring response with barely 400 people attending it.

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The 37-year-old lawyer-activist - accused of inciting the recent caste clashes at Bhima-Koregaon near Pune that spread across Maharashtra - had announced his intention last week to visit Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Office during the rally. "We don't follow love-jihad". The rally demanded the release of Bhim Army founder Chandrashekhar Azad who was arrested a year ago in connection with the Dalit-Thakur clashes in Saharanpur, Uttar Pradesh. We are the believers of love. "We will celebrate April 14 and Valentine's Day too", he said. "The 125 crore people of this country are watching that someone is not being allowed to speak for merely demanding the release of Chandrashekhar Azad, effective implementation of the Constitution and two crore jobs to the youth". "We wanted to ensure law and order so it took place amid heavy police deployment", he said.

The cops in the national capital posted troops across Jantar Mantar - the designated area of protest in the capital till it was banned by the Green Court - and Parliament Street, where the protest is expected to be held.

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Ahead of today's rally, Mr Mevani had criticized the Prime Minister in strong terms, accusing him of failing to speak out against the atrocities Dalits are facing.

The lawmaker from Gujarat's Vadgaon, who won the recent assembly elections with the support of the Congress, has denied the accusations.

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"I want to ask him: what do you choose - Manusmriti or the Constitution", he said. "Alpesh Thakor, Hardik Patel and I are being targeted because we demolished their (BJP) pride and arrogance in Gujarat.There's a looming threat to our democracy and Constitution today", he said.Although authorities had maintained till the last minute that Mevani and his supporters did not have permission to hold the event, it seems the rally organisers and Delhi Police reached a compromise later.

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