Won't hand over investigation of Koregaon-Bhima case to Center: Uddhav Thackeray

by Jeremy Spirogis
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Mumbai: Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray stated on Tuesday that his authorities won’t hand over the investigation of the Koregaon-Bhima violence case to the Center. Let me let you know that the violence erupted as a result of the allegedly provocative speech given on the Elgar Parishad convention held on 31 December 2017 in Shaniwarbada, Pune.

The Maharashtra authorities had lately authorized handy over the investigation of the Elgar Parishad case to the National Investigation Agency (NIA). <! –

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                 Thackeray stated, 'Elgar and Koregaon-Bhima are two completely different topics. The concern associated to my Dalit brothers is of Koregaon-Bhima and I cannot hand it over to the Center. I need to make it clear that there shall be no injustice to the Dalit brothers.

NCP chief Sharad Pawar lately publicly expressed displeasure over Thackeray's resolution handy over the investigation of the Elgar Council to the NIA. Sharad Pawar, who had earlier demanded the investigation of the case of human rights activists arrested for allegedly having hyperlinks with Maoists, to the Special Investigation Team (SIT), stated that the state authorities would have faith earlier than handing over the investigation to the NIA. Should have taken

This case is expounded to the allegedly provocative speech on the Elgar Parishad seminar on 31 December 2017 in Shaniwarwada, Pune. The police claimed that as a consequence of these speeches, violence came about close to the Koregaon-Bhima War Memorial within the district the subsequent day. The police claimed that the Maoists had the help of organizing the seminar. During the investigation, the police arrested a number of left-wing activists.

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