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FIR lodged against Hindu Raksha Dal for locking Chinese mobile company's gate - Noida News

Noida, June 20 (IANS) As many as 30 members of the Hindu Raksha Dal, a right wing outfit, have been booked under multiple sections of Indian Penal Code and Epidemic Diseases Act after they put a lock on the main gate of a Chinese mobile manufacturing company in Greater Noida on Saturday afternoon, the police said.

Updated Jun 20, 2020 13:08 PM

FIR lodged against Hindu Raksha Dal for locking Chinese mobile company's gate - Noida News

The act was a part of the protest the members of the outfit staged outside the manufacturing unit of Oppo in the wake of the killings of 20 Indian soldiers by the Chinese forces in Galwan Valley in eastern Ladakh region on the intervening night of June 15 and 16.

The Noida Police said that over a hundred members of the group attended the protest. The members raised slogans and demanded the closure of the company, the police added.

Deputy Commissioner of Police, Zone 3, Rajesh Kumar, told IANS that members of the Hindu Raksha Dal have been charged under various sections of IPC.

"We have booked 30 members of the group under Sections 188 (Disobedience to order duly promulgated by public servant), 269 (Negligent act likely to spread infection of disease danger­ous to life), 270 (Malignant act likely to spread infection of disease danger­ous to life), and the Epidemic Diseases Act, 1897," Kumar informed.

Kumar also informed that following the clash between Indian and Chinese forces, police security had been deployed at the manufacturing units of Oppo, Vivo and ATS Greens Paradiso, a residential society, in Greater Noida.

However, Pinki Choudhary, national president of the Hindu Raksha Dal, seemed underrated with the FIR lodged against his group. "Such FIRs would not discourage our resolve to protest against China. People are staging protests all over the nation. Police should respect the mood and sentiments of the people," he said.

Choudhary also said that FIRs are not new for him. He has been mired into controversies earlier as well. In January 2020, he had claimed responsibility for the attack on JNU students inside the university's hostel.

His group had come into the public eye in January 2014 when its members had attacked the office of Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) over Prashanth Bhushan's remark on the referendum in Kashmir. Bhushan was a member of AAP then.

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