[Ram Navami row] Mumbai court grants anticipatory bail to BJYM President; says State must promote harmony

On Ram Navami, BJYM's Tajinder Singh Tiwana and others allegedly urged people to play drums in front of mosques, with a view to disrupting prayers and instilling hate between two communities.
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A Mumbai Sessions Court granted anticipatory bail to BYJM (Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha) President Tajinder Singh Tiwana on Thursday, after charges were filed against him for sloganeering outside a mosque on the occasion of Ram Navami [Tajinder Singh Tiwana v. The State of Maharashtra].

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