Mahesh Rawat granted bail in Bhima Koregaon-Elgar Parishad case

The Maoist ideology, which views the democratically elected government as an ‘enemy’ and any of them as ‘martyrs’, misleads and mobilizes the youth, the NIA claimed.

Riots broke out in Bhima Koregaon when thousands of Dalits from across Maharashtra gathered to commemorate the 200th anniversary of the Bhima Koregaon battle. The historic clash was between the 28,000-strong army of the Peshwas and a small group of 500 British soldiers, including Dalits (upper castes).

The British were victorious, and the names of the Dalit martyrs were inscribed on an obelisk later erected by the colonial rulers there.

Rawat has become the sixth accused to get bail so far in the sensational case, and earlier Bhardwaj, Gonsalves, Thiltambade, Ferreira and Rao had been granted bail at various points in the past.

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