Hindustani Bhau known social media influencer, aka Vikas
Fhatak, has been arrested by the Dharavi Police in Mumbai on Tuesday regarding
the understudies' dissent in Dharavi on Monday over their interest for online exams
for classes 10 and 12 in the perspective on the pandemic. On Monday, student fought
in Mumbai and Nagpur requesting on the online exams in the midst of the
Following the fights, it arose that YouTuber Hindustani Bhau had requested that the students to assemble in the Dharavi region close to the occupant of Maharashtra education minister Varsha Gaikwad in a video. Police on Monday said they will make a move against the YouTuber, who was likewise purportedly present at the protest of the students.
Monday's Student protest was monstrous prompting cudgel charge by police. In Nagpur, fomenting students harmed two transports, police said.
"In these two years, many people died because of Covid. Till now, families are recovering from the shock. And now the new drama of Omicron has started. What is this? The government is urging people to remain indoors. They why take offline exams of the students," Hindustani Bhau said in a YouTube video 'Exams cancel karo. bacho ke jaan ke sath mt khelo warna hoga fir se andolan'. The video had over 2.77 lakh views till Tuesday. It was uploaded on January 24.
Rajesh Tope said that decision to take offline exam has been taken carefully and all actions like keeping up with social separating, wearing of mask will be taken. The health minister appealed to the protesting students to cooperate with the government in conducting in-person exams. .
As per the preliminary investigation into the massive
protest which led to vandalism in some parts, Hindustani Bhau had asked the
students to take part in the protest through his social media accounts.
Responding to a query, Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP), Zone V, Pranay
Ashok said, â€œThe action will be taken as per the law against anyone responsible
for instigating students."
According to the preliminary examination concerning the huge protest which prompted defacement in certain parts, Hindustani Bhau had requested that the student to partake in the dissent through his online media accounts. Reacting to an inquiry, Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP), Zone V, Pranay Ashok said, â€œThe action will be taken as per the law against anyone responsible for instigating students."