As the MVA Morcha crowd grows, over 2,500 police officers are on standby; Planned BJP rally as well; Check for road closures.hg


Before the opposition’s Maha Vikas Aghadi (MVA) “Halla Bol” protest march against the Eknath Shinde government on Saturday, people have started to gather. The city likewise prone to observe counter-fights by the decision partner Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). During the rally, major traffic congestion is likely to affect the city.

According to officials, approximately 2,500 police officers will be on the streets to maintain traffic and keep protesters under control.

Sharad Pawar, the head of the National Congress Party, will also attend the rally around 11:30 a.m. on Saturday. The Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus in south Mumbai will be the location where the march will end. It will begin close to J J Hospital. This will be the MVA alliance’s very first significant assembly since Uddhav Thackeray’s Shiv Sena group drove government fell.

Road closed for vehicular traffic-
-Richardson and Cruddas Mill
– Sir J.J.flyover bridge
– Dr. Dadabhai Naoroji Road
– Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus
– Road near The Times of India building.

Protests Against Insults to Shivaji Maharaj and Mahatma Phule The MVA allies Shiv Sena (UBT), Nationalist Congress Party, and Congress will hold a “morcha” (protest march) against the “injustice” imposed on Maharashtra, the “insults” of the state’s icons like Shivaji Maharaj and Mahatma Phule, unemployment, and “atrocities” against Marathi-speakers in

Nana Patole, president of the State Congress, said that the morcha would be a way for people to express their displeasure with the government of the BJP and the Shiv Sena led by Eknath Shinde.

Following the overthrow of the alliance government led by Uddhav Thackeray in June of this year, the MVA protest is being interpreted as an effort to unite the allies.

Ashish Shelar, the chief of the BJP in Mumbai, made the announcement that his organization would also hold its own “Maafi Mango” protest on Saturday in Mumbai, demanding an apology from the MVA for “insulting” Dr. B R Ambedkar and Hindu deities.

Sanjay Raut, the leader of the Sena (UBT), attempted to stir up controversy regarding Ambedkar’s birthplace, and Sushma Andhare, another leader, “insulted” Lord Ram, Lord Krishna, saint Dynaneshwar, saint Eknath, and the Warkari community, he claimed.

Shelar, a former minister, said that Raut tried to stir up controversy about Ambedkar’s birthplace by claiming that he was born in Maharashtra.
Mhow in Madhya Pradesh was where Dr. B R Ambedkar was born. In the meantime, a person said that the MVA’s protest march has been granted permission by the city police on the condition that the organizers get permission from the traffic department and civic body.

He added that, in order to maintain law and order, an adequate number of police officers will be stationed along the march route.

The official added that while police granted permission, they also asked the leaders of all political parties not to use posters, placards, or banners that could hurt anyone’s feelings or give provocative speeches during the march.

He stated that in order to maintain law and order, as many as 317 police officers, 1,870 constables, 22 platoons of the State Reserve Police Force, and at least 30 squads of the Riot Control Police will be present.


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