Gujarat govt may withdraw ‘minor cases’ against Dalits, Thakors, Rajputs
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Gujarat govt may withdraw ‘minor cases’ against Dalits, Thakors, Rajputs

By The Indian Express calender  16-Jul-2019

Gujarat govt may withdraw ‘minor cases’ against Dalits, Thakors, Rajputs

The state government is actively considering the prospect of withdrawing criminal cases against people of the Dalit, Thakor and Rajput communities registered in the past three years during various agitations.These cases include those related in the post-Una Dalit agitation, Rajput community members’ agitation against the film Padmaavat and against Thakor community members during attacks on North Indian migrants. Sources said those of the cases that are minor in nature are the ones under consideration.
Confirming this, Minister of State for Home Pradeepsinh Jadeja told The Indian Express, “I have been asking the Director General of Police and various district Superintendents of Police to provide the data of these cases. It’s a big task to collect the data (of this nature) and so, it is taking time. Once we get the data, I will place it before the Chief Minister and only after that a decision can be taken.”

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