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Aruna Roy's Group Says BJP Lawmaker, Mob, Attacked Activists In Rajasthan


Aruna Roy's Group Says BJP Lawmaker, Mob, Attacked Activists In Rajasthan: [] The group of activists were attacked in Aklera town of Jhalawar district which is in Chief Minister Vasundhara's Raje's son Dushyant Singh's Lok Sabha constituency, members of the Soochna Evam Rozgar Manch alleged.

The group, an off-shoot organisation of the Mazdoor Kisan Shakti Sangathan or MKKS founded by Magasaysay award-winner Aruna Roy and Nikhil Dey, had started a drive last month to spread awareness about government accountability and had been travelling through various districts of Rajasthan.

Through puppet shows and songs, the campaign has been asking people about their problems and informing them about various mechanisms available to seek redress from the government, the group said.

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