pediatrician dr. Police in riot gear stormed a rally on Thursday, driving out hundreds of protesters in trucks Police in riot gear stormed a rally on Thursday, driving out hundreds of protesters in trucks. Meanwhile, angry women have claimed that illegal liquor stores are being protected here with the blessings of the district, the police administration and the people’s representatives.
Manisha Bobade, President of Janvikas Sena Mahila Aghadi, Akshay Yergude of Yuva Aghadi, Babytai Rathod, Vaishali Mankar, Rakhi Satpute, Nirguna Lonare, Kaislabai Mankar, Pratima Bhopare, Pushpa Todase, Rinal Satpute and Vachhala Pandhare started a campaign against this illegal liquor store. However, the police arrested the women who were protesting. Janvikas Sena has proven with evidence that the store was awarded in violation of the rules. Therefore, District Collector Ajay Gulhane said that when it was necessary to cancel the relocation of this store, the district administration and the police did their best to open an illegal store. Anger is expressed at all levels against this crackdown by the district administration and the police department. We will frustrate the efforts of the district administration and the police department to suppress the unrest through the use of force, said Manisha Bobade, chairperson of the Janvikas Sena Mahila Aghadi district.
The district administration and the police department are supporting the illegal trade. Some parliamentarians have direct participation in this illegal business. The Collection and the Police Headquarters have become hotbeds of illegal activities. Many murders occurred in the district due to the illegal trade in coal, sand, liquor, etc. Law and order completely collapsed. But instead of cracking down on illegal trade, the police and district administration are working to provide protection. Pappu Deshmukh, chairman of Janvikas Sena, alleged that attempts were being made to tarnish the image of Chandrapur city and district for money. Deshmukh also said that he would file a complaint with the ED against officials and people’s representatives who were collecting money from illegal businesses.