Freedom March Rally: MLA Jignesh Mevani and NCP leader Reshma Patel have been sentenced to three months in jail by a Mehsana court. The court has also imposed a fine of one thousand rupees on the accused. The court has convicted 12 accused including Reshma Patel and Mevani in this case.

Mehsana court pronounced this sentence in connection with the 2017 Independence March rally. It was alleged that the freedom march was taken out without permission. In this matter, NCP leader Reshma Patel said, ‘We respect the order of the court, but seeking justice for the people is also a crime under BJP rule. BJP cannot suppress our voice by showing false fear of law. We will always fight for the justice of the people.

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Passing the order, Additional Chief Judicial Magistrate JA Parmar said that rallying is not a crime, but rallying without permission is an offense. The court also said that disobeying the order of the court can never be tolerated.

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On 12 July 2017, Jignesh Mevani along with the then student leader Kanhaiya Kumar, along with others, took out a ‘Freedom March’ on the first anniversary of the flogging incident in Una. The Mehsana district administration had canceled the earlier permission given to Mevani to take out the march. The Mehsana police registered a case against him for conducting an illegal march under section 143 of the Indian Penal Code (IPC).

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