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Members of outfit booked for burning Constitution's copy

 A case has been registered against some members of an outfit for allegedly burning a copy of the Constitution and shouting slogans against B R Ambedkar during a protest on the Parliament Street, the Delhi Police said today.


PTI 10 Aug 2018, 06:58 PM India

 A case has been registered against some members of an outfit for allegedly burning a copy of the Constitution and shouting slogans against B R Ambedkar during a protest on the Parliament Street, the Delhi Police said today.

Anil Tanwar, the national in-charge of the Akhil Bhartiya Bheem Sena, filed a complaint at the Parliament Street police station, alleging that members of Youth for Equality burnt a copy of the Constitution and shouted slogans against the Dalit icon yesterday.

The complainant also submitted a CD containing a video of the incident, police said. 

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