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'Deep-Rooted Conspiracy'

A late-night meeting with Chief Minister Manohar Joshi on July 11, a visit to the desecrated site and Republican Party of India (RPI) leader and B.R. Ambedkar's son Prakash Ambedkar is still baffled by the events. Two hours past the midnight of a har

'Deep-Rooted Conspiracy'
'Deep-Rooted Conspiracy'
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The names still have to come out. The police should know because their chowki was situated next to the statue. The CM too says he has no inkling of who the miscreants might be. But we are still trying to find out who permitted the shooting without orders from the magistrate.

But the police say permission is not required in situations like the one at the Ramabai Ambedkar colony.

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