The Madras High Court has approved the RSS’s request to stage marches on November 6 in 44 locations across Tamil Nadu. Only three of the 50 locations that the right-wing group requested permission for allowed the rally earlier, according to the state authorities. The court ordered that the RSS conduct the demonstrations quietly or face sanctions.
However, the court has refused permission to march in six sensitive communal areas, including Coimbatore, Pollachi, and Nagercoil.
The court also permitted RSS, the ideological father of the BJP, to get permission for the march in even the six different places after two months after ruling that it found nothing unfavorable in the intelligence services assessments.
One guy, Jameesha Mubin, was recently murdered in a vehicle explosion in Coimbatore that occurred just before Diwali. The National Investigation Agency is looking into the issue because there are concerns that Mr. Mubin had plans to cause significant harm.
Despite the court’s approval on October 2, the Tamil Nadu government had previously rejected permission. The RSS then made a motion to plead contempt.
In a circular to Superintendents of Police (SP) and Police Commissioners, the state’s Director General of Police (DGP) requested that they provide permission subject to local law and order conditions.
In the wake of the Popular Front of India’s ban, the state expressed worries about law and order.
Kerosene-filled bottles were thrown at the houses and properties of targeted people and organizations, such as the RSS and the BJP, in a series of molotov cocktail attacks.
Chiruthaigal Viduthalai On the same day, Katchi, a member of the ruling DMK, also requested permission to hold a human chain for peace.
The RSS had alleged that a member of the organization shot Mahatma Gandhi to death and that “his killing was celebrated by the RSS” in a motion to overturn the earlier court approval of the RSS march on Gandhi’s birthday. It had claimed that it was unjust to conduct the gathering on the anniversary of his birth.