A month-long protest by wrestlers at Jantar Mantar is being supported by multiple organizations, in response to allegations made by players. These allegations have led to the filing of cases against BJP MP Braj Bhushan Singh, as ordered by the Supreme Court.
On joining this movement of political and caste organizations, Kshatriya Mahasabha held an important meeting in Dharamshala established by Kshatriya Chetak Samaj. Workers of Kshatriya Mahasabha from all over the country participated in this meeting.
During a meeting, Mahendra Singh Tanwar, the National President of All India Kshatriya Mahasabha, expressed his concern regarding the current situation in the country.
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He stated that when there are allegations made against a person, it is crucial to conduct a fair investigation in their context.
However, he also observed that several caste and regional organizations are supporting the movement, which may ignite further tensions and lead to the deterioration of brotherhood in the country.
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He emphasized the need for caution and urged everyone to work towards promoting unity and harmony in society.
न्यायपालिका सर्वोपरि है लेकिन जातियों एवं संगठनों का न्याय प्रक्रिया पर आक्रमण लोकतंत्र के लिए घातक है ।
खिलाडियों को न्याय मिलना चाहिए लेकिन इस दरम्यान न्याय मरना भी नहीं चाहिए।#अखिलभारतीयक्षत्रियमहसभा#महेंद्रसिंहतंवर#डॉअशोकचौहान#ध्यानपालसिंहजादौन pic.twitter.com/FztPn1L2F9
— Badri Nath (@BadriNath081) May 4, 2023
Kshatriya considers Shriram as his role model and has been at the forefront of fighting against injustice. He has made significant sacrifices to ensure the safety and well-being of society. Most recently, the Akhil Bhartiya Kshatriya Mahasabha organized a Social Harmony Tour, a nationwide bus journey aimed at promoting unity across all sections of society.
The All India Kshatriya Mahasabha conducted three meetings in Noida, Delhi, and Gurugram to discuss the Brajbhushan and Anand Mohan incident.
The meetings were attended by several members, including National Vice President Dr. Ashok Chauhan and DP Singh Rithala, legal advisor Supreme Court veteran lawyer AP Singh, Media Advisor Badri Nath, Punjab Province President Dimple Rana, Delhi Pradesh President Dhyan Pal Singh Jadaun, Jabar Singh, Haryana Pradesh President Chhagan Singh Rathore, and Uttar Pradesh representative Dr. OP Singh, as well as officials from different parts of the country.
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