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RSS in Tamil Nadu Madras High Court orders police to allow procession

RSS in various places across Tamil Nadu. The Madras High Court has ordered the Tamil Nadu Police to grant permission for the organization to hold a march with conditions.

On the occasion of 75th year of India’s Independence Day, Ambedkar’s birth centenary and Vijaya Dasami, RSS was organized in 51 places in Tamil Nadu. On behalf of the movement, a petition was submitted to the Ministry of Home Affairs and DGP of Tamil Nadu last month seeking permission for the march on October 2, but as no decision was taken on it, a petition was filed in the Chennai High Court by 9 persons including Subramanian from Chennai, Shanmugasundaram from Cuddalore and Senthilnathan from Erode.

In the petition, it has been stated that the police has the power only to regulate the procession and the police has no power to refuse permission. In all states including Jammu and Kashmir R. SS While the movement’s procession was allowed, the RSS It is said that permission is denied only in Tamil Nadu to play band instrument in uniform.

This petition Judge G. K. When Ilandraiyan came for questioning earlier, it was reported that the police did not provide any information as to which route they were taking and they were told that slogans should not be raised during the procession and any items that could cause injury were not allowed.

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It was also informed that law and order and religious harmony should be maintained. It was also informed that the petitioners have not filed any confirmation in this regard with the police. The police also insisted that the route of the procession should be accurately informed as there may be areas of religious tension especially on the way of the procession.
The police also informed that if they give an assurance to follow these rules, the petitions seeking permission for the procession will be considered.

On the part of the petitioners, it was stated that every citizen has been given the right in law to hold public meetings and take out processions and this has been confirmed by the Supreme Court many times. It was further informed that the police can regulate the procession but cannot deny permission. The petitioners stated that processions have been held in Tamil Nadu in the past too and no problem has arisen so far, while permission has been granted in Puducherry, the Tamil Nadu Police refuses permission every year.

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The procession is planned to be held on Sunday so as not to cause any disturbance to the general public and the RSS. It was assured that it was not a banned movement and that we were law abiding and ready to accept the conditions imposed by the court.
RSS It was reported that the police are delaying the decision as the organizers are seeking permission to march across the state without specifying a specific location.

After hearing the arguments of both sides, Justice GK Elandraiyan, on October 2, RSS. He has directed the police to give permission for the procession by September 28. The judge also said that a detailed order will be issued regarding the conditions for the procession.

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