Bharat Bandh in Madhya Pradesh Live Updates; SC/ST Act Full Story is here

Bharat Bandh in Madhya Pradesh Live Updates; SC/ST Act Full Story is here

Bharat Bandh in Madhya Pradesh: The people of the upper caste called the Bharat Bandh on today 6th September to protest the central government’s amendment to the SC / ST Act and restore it to its original form. Previously, the Dalit organizations had called on April 2 in protest against the Supreme Court’s decision on the last closed SC / ST Act of India. The violence took place in the Gwalior and Chambal divisions of Madhya Pradesh. For this reason, this time, the Madhya Pradesh administration is quite alert now considering Bharat Bandh Incident seriously. After watching the activities of Bharat Bandh, Section 144 has been imposed as a precaution in three districts of Murrah, Bhind, and Shivpuri of Madhya Pradesh. Section 144 will remain effective until the next day i.e. 7th September.

Madhya Pradesh Inspector General (Intelligence) Makrand Deoskar said, “In view of the Bandh, all the 51 Superintendents of the districts have been instructed to be vigilant.” Shivpuri collector Shilpa Gupta, Bhind Collector Ashish Kumar Gupta and Murraya collector Bharat Yadav said, “In order to protect public and to maintain public peace under section 144, a restrictive order has been issued within the revenue limit. The issuing order will continue till September 04.

In view of the call of ‘Bharat Bandh’, on September 6, this order has been issued by the Central Government, Karni Sena, Sapaks and others against the amendment in the SC / ST Act by the Central Government. Meanwhile, Dharmendra Sharma, national president of Brahma Samagam Sarna Janakalyan Sanghatana said that against the SC / ST Act, on September 6, will support the peaceful India shutdown.

BJP has begun efforts to overcome the resentment of the upper class. BJP President Amit Shah has discussed with the senior ministers and party leaders about the situation in the SC / ST Act after the overthrow of the Supreme Court decision. The party is not ready to comment on this sensitive issue officially, but party leaders are telling the Congress to blame the issue. The party has also decided to answer the questions raised on this issue.

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