सत्य कुछ और ही है … क्यूंकि मीडिया जिन्हें गलत कह रही है आखिर उनको किस वजह से गलत कहा जा रहा है.
क्यूंकि जो मांगे इन लोगों ने की वो कहीं से भी गलत नहीं हैं..
With ‘Jai Hind, Jai Subhash’ as their motto,
उनकी मांग थी कि
- देश में नेताजी सुभाष चंद्र बोस द्वारा बनाए गए ‘आजाद हिंद फौज’ के सभी कानून माने जाए।
- इसी की सरकार देश में शासन करे।
- पेट्रोल और डीजल की कीमत एक रुपए प्रति लीटर की जाए । इसका मतलब शायद रुपया डॉलर बराबर करना रहा होगा
- आज़ाद हिन्द बैंक करेंसी से लेन देन किया जाये
- देश में अंग्रेजो के समय से चल रहे कानून को खत्म किया जाये
- मांसाहार पर पूर्ण प्रतिबन्ध लगाया जाये
- शराब पर पूर्ण प्रतिबन्ध
- गौ हत्या पर रोक
Yadav appears to have forged a militant outfit that sought to indoctrinate and give arms training to local teenagers, seeking to replace the present-day political system with their own vision of a Bose-inspired world.
Not much is known about Yadav, except that his organisation emerged from among followers of a powerful religious figure, Jai Gurudev, who died four years ago.
He is seen in undated photographs flanked by gun-carrying followers; at press conferences with local journalists; holding rallies of supporters. He is also said to have contested elections for the Lok Sabha and lost.
BIZARRE CLAIMS AND DEMANDS
The group demands the cancellation of the election of various members of government. They want the axing of the position of prime minister and president because the parliamentary system is seen by them as a hand-me-down from the British colonial rulers.
In a poster, now torn by the police, the group had demanded to know the nationality of the President. They even said the President is a foreign national and refused to accept the Indian elections.
But their biggest demand seemed to be replacement of the Indian currency. They pasted posters on several offices to this effect. A message on a wall of the Juvenile Justice Board’s office read– ‘Azad Hind currency ab mere desh mein chalengay.’ (Azad Hind currency will now be used in my country)
The walls of the nearby sessions court and the local Civil Lines police station are littered, mostly in red, with demands and messages such as “You will use the currency of Free Bharat else leave Bharat’.
Another message outside the Tehsildar’s office read, “Jai Subhash Bolo”.
In 2014, Satyagrah members began a march from Sagar, Madhya Pradesh, to New Delhi in support of a raft of bizarre demands, including the abolition of elections, cheaper fuel and a new currency modelled on Bose’s Azad Hind Bank.
The members, who believe in a conspiracy behind Bose’s disappearance in 1945, travelled through several states before settling down in Jawahar Bagh, the public park in Mathura that they squatted on until Thursday.