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Sunday, 05 February 2023 10.39 AM IST

Tamil Nadu government stands firm in its stance; RSS postpones its planned route march in the state

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CHENNAI: The RSS has postponed its route march scheduled to be organized on November 6 in various centres in Tamil Nadu. The RSS decided to postpone the route march following the order that the route march should be limited to only the places recommended by the High Court. Keeping in view the current security situation in the state, the Madras High Court had ordered that route marches should be held only in stadiums or grounds.

RSS had sought permission from the state government to hold a route march at 50 places. However, the government gave permission to conduct the route march only in three places citing the car bomb attack on Diwali day. When the RSS approached the court against this, the court gave it permission to conduct the route march in 44 places with conditions. The court said that rallies cannot be allowed at six places where the situation is not conducive -- Coimbatore, Mettupalayam and Pollachi; Palladam in Tiruppur district, Arumanai in Kanniyakumari and Nagercoil.

Following this, the RSS said that it will file an appeal against the ruling party and will not hold the route march of November 6.

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