Hindutva leader, three others booked for giving ‘provocative’ speeches


Hindutva leader Milind Ekbote, along with three associates, finds himself in legal trouble following the registration of a case against them for allegedly delivering “provocative” speeches during a recent protest in Pune, as confirmed by local authorities.
The incident unfolded on September 4 when several Hindutva organizations, supported by the BJP, staged a demonstration outside the Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) headquarters, demanding the removal of an unauthorized structure near a temple.
It was revealed that the organizers had not obtained prior permission from the relevant authorities for this gathering.