Mumbai Police begin probe in Ambedkar residence vandalism


Mumbai, July 8

The Mumbai Police have launched a probe into the incident of vandalism at ‘Rajgruha’, the Mumbai residence of the late Dr. B.R. Ambedkar, the Architect of Indian Constitution, officers mentioned right here on Wednesday.

At least 2 unidentified individuals allegedly barged into the 3-storeyed historic premises in Dadar on Tuesday night and broken some articles there together with smashing the CCTV cameras, glass panes and flower pots earlier than fleeing the spot.

As information of the incident unfold late within the night time, there have been studies of Dalits dashing to the spot.

Confirming the incident, Ambedkar’s grandsons, Dr. Prakash Ambedkar, and Bhimrao Ambedkar, and different political leaders appealed for peace and urged Dalits to not rush to Rajgruha.

Condemning the incident, Home Minister Anil Deshmukh mentioned immediately that he has directed the police to research and nab the 2 culprits instantly.

Rajgruha was the Mumbai residence of Dr. B.R. Ambedkar the place he used to retailer his huge assortment of books and different literature.

Now it is transformed right into a museum displaying some private belongings of Dr. B.R. Ambedkar and serves as a analysis centre. IANS



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