NCP workers stage silent protest of Manipur incident.

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Photo Mr. Atul Ganyarpawar and others staging silent protest.

Gadchiroli July 28 (District correspondent) The workers of Nationalist Congress Party staged the silent dharna at Indira Gandhi Chowk of the city to protest against the Manipur women’s stripping and parading incident on Thursday.

The party activists wore black badges on their shirts and silently protested the incident keeping a huge portrait of Mahatma Gandhi at the protest site.  District President of NCP Atul Ganyarpawar led this agitation.

The incident that happened in the case of women in Manipur is one of the most tragic and harrowing incidents in the history of the country and its repercussions are reverberating everywhere in the country, said Mr. Ganyarpwar while speaking to the reporters later on.

Keeping in mind the heightened tension between the two communities in the state, the Manipur state government should have taken the urgent steps to bring about peace in the state but it neglected to take proper remedial plans and strict action when it was expected earlier, he pointed out.

Despite the sensitive situation in Manipur for the past few months, the central government and the state government of Manipur have remained silent till now even after various social media platforms raised the issue of violence against women in Manipur. The central government also did not intervene. Today, violence against women is increasing in the country, and it is becoming clear from some frequent incidents that no one is afraid of the law, so no one can deny the fact that there is a strong dissatisfaction among all the women in the country, Ganyarpawar further said.

Adv. Sanjay Thackeray, State Secretary of the Party, Vijay Gordwar, City President Gadchiroli, Sanjay Koche District Secretary, Naeem Sheikh, Ashok Madawar, Amar Khandare, Sevadal District President, Indrapal Gedam District President Social Justice Department, Pramila Ramteke Women District President of Social Justice Department, Sandhya Uike Minal Chimurkar, ex-councilors, Prasad Pawar, District Vice President Youth NCP, Amol Kulmethe Youth City President, Ashok Katrojwar, Taluka Sevadal President, Aarti Kolhe,  Uma Bansod, Suvarna Pawar, Ramesh Bansod, Nagorao Uike, Sunil Chimurkar, Suresh Jondhale, Atul Naitam, Vijay Jadhav, Shah Rukh Pathan and many other workers participated in the agitation.



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