Bajrang Dal protesters detained
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Cow slaughter Were preparing to ride to Azad Maidan to join other agitators
Fifty one Bajrang Dal activists were detained in Chunabhatti on Saturday when they were preparing to move to Azad Maidan to protest illegal cows slaughter in the city.
At 10 am, they gathered at Priyadarshini Park and Chunabhatti railway crossing to join other demonstrators at Azad Maidan. However, police said they did not have permission to gather there.
"They had applied for permission but it was denied. When they assembled in the morning, we detained them. They were released at 4.30 pm," said inspector Kailash Malwadkar of Chunabhatti police station.
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