Protest in Jharkhand Namaaz hall: its workers accused of lathi, BJP observes ‘black day’ today

Protest in Jharkhand Namaaz hall: its workers accused of lathi, BJP observes ‘black day’ today

A group of BJP The workers were charged with lathi in Ranchi on Wednesday as they tried to reach Jharkhand Vidhan Sabha as part of the protest against an order from the state government allocating space in the Assembly building for the Namaaz, the party said.

The opposition party issued a list of workers who were injured and admitted to the Rajendra Institute of Medical Sciences and Paras Hospital, and called for a ‘black day’ to be observed on Thursday in protest against lathi’s charge of police.

Police had no comment. Several calls and messages to Ranchi SSP Surendra Jha for comment on the incident went unanswered.

After the protest, the party said, BJP State Chairman and Rajya Sabha MP Deepak Prakash, Legislative Party Leader Babulal Marandi and BJP General Secretary (organization) Dharampal Singh visited the BJP workers in Hospital.

Prakash said The Indian Express: “This is the appeasement policy of the Hemant Soren government and against that, more than 15,000 workers from various districts protested on Wednesday. We protest against the allocation of space for namaaz…. They were loaded with latex … Babulal Marandi and I were beaten; even the workers were beaten by the police … “

On September 2, the Assembly Secretariat issued an order stating that room number TW-348 of the new Assembly building was assigned to offer namaaz by order of the Speaker, Rabindranath Mahato. This led the BJP to demand that a Hanuman temple and places of worship of other religions be built on the Assembly premises.

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