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Firstpost Sep 16
chief , who was released from jail on 13 September after being arrested under in 2017, calls himself 'Ravan' to identify with those aspects of our culture that others may see as repulsive
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Rajendra Pal Gautam Sep 13
Such a relief. 30-yr-old leader of Ravan, lodged in Saharanpur jail since June last year, is finllay releasd & comes out of jail. Congratulations to all supporters, friends & well wishers who has supported him for the cause.
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News Nation Sep 13
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Firstpost Aug 13
The is planning to stage a protest in Delhi on 19 August demanding release of its founder who is in jail on charges of engineering caste riots in Saharanpur last year.
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Neha Dixit Aug 20
Is there a reason why several protests by common people demanding release of founder in Delhi always go unnoticed by the mainstream media?
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Deccan Herald Sep 20
The charges under the National Security Act (NSA) have been withdrawn against Bhim Army founder , who was arrested in connection with the 2017 Saharanpur violence, government told the on Thursday.
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sunetra choudhury Sep 13
Who’s afraid of ? After 15 months in jail, they released him at 2.42 am!
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Aaryaa  🇮🇳 Sep 13
Youth from all the corners of the country have United against this oppressive regime Be it Kanhaiya,Hardik,Jignesh, or Bhim Army chief Ravan. There is lot of things common in them Surprising to see that not a single youth of such Aura is on the BJP side
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Anshuman Jha Aug 15
Standing in the shadows of a man who fought for freedom but never lived to see it. This is where he breathed his last - reminding us forever that “I believe in a religion that propagates freedom, equality and brotherhood.” - Jai Hind!
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The Caravan Sep 15
was arrested last year in relation to a protest following the Saharanpur violence of May 2017. From Saharanpur, ’s ground report on the mass mobilisation of Thakurs and one-sided nature of violence against Dalits:
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scroll.in Sep 13
[Replug] The UP government today decided to release the 's leader, "Raavan" from jail. This is the story of how he started his politics:
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scroll.in Sep 13
Uttar Pradesh government orders early release of chief
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Utkarsh Sep 13
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UP Tourism Aug 15
On this 72nd Independence day, Remembering the 'Hero of Kakori' a fearless man, who sacrificed his life for India’s Azadi.His contribution to India's struggle for freedom will always be remembered.
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Mahesh Jagga Jul 23
Was expecting to confuse with PM Chandra Shekhar whose govt fell after Rahul's father ditched on flimsy reasons But seems he is busy elsewhere..,,,,,
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Ramapriya Sampathkumaran Oct 5
We got independence bcs of revolutionaries like , , . British never cared for Non Violence but feared for above personalities & left India.They were against congress
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#DalitRageMatters Sep 13
chief to be released from jail tomorrow
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Prof.Jagdish Mukhi Jul 23
On their birth anniversary, I offer my heartfelt tributes to two of India's great sons, & Lokmanya . Their selfless contributions towards India’s freedom movement, had inspired many and will continue to do so for the generations to come.
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The Caravan Sep 14
Until the Saharanpur violence last year, ’s was a relatively unknown name outside western UP and Uttarakhand. Kedar Nagarajan writes on the efforts of the Bhim Army ensuring the rights of Dalits and other oppressed castes:
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Ajnabi Sep 15
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