Maha Cong protest in Nanded: 5 booked for COVID-19 violations

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Nanded, Jul 16 (PTI) Police in Nanded in Maharashtra on Friday registered an offence over a protest march led by state minister and Congress leader Ashok Chavan a day earlier, an official said.

The march, which saw bullock-carts and motorcycles being used by the 200-odd participants, was to protest against the Centre's hiking of fuel prices, which the Congress claimed had brought about inflation and had distressed common citizens.

Vazirabad police have registered a case against five organisers for COVID-19 violations as well as taking out a march without requisite permissions, he said. PTI COR AW BNM BNM BNM

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