Evict Aseem Trivedi from Bigg Boss House Season 6
About five,000 marchers, led by RPI chief Ramdas Athavale, have gathered right here from Mumbai, Thane, Pune, Nashik as well as other parts, celebration spokesperson Mayur Borkar stated.
"Last week, Athavale had raised objections to Colors TV channel including Trivedi in its reality show, Bigg Boss, as he had committed insults to numerous symbols of India and denigrated the constitution. He had offered 1 week's time to the TV channel to evict him or face action," he told IANS.
Because the channel failed to remove him, the RPI led a march Thursday to seek his eviction from the Bigg Boss house, becoming shot inside a bungalow within the hill town of Lonavala, about 100 km from Mumbai.
Bigg Boss is a reality show exactly where contestants are locked inside the house for 98 days, away from the comforts of their everyday lives, and with out any communication with the outside globe. They have 70 cameras prying on their activities 24x7.
Borkar stated Trivedi had been unknown till he targeted various Indian symbols like the tricolour, the Ashok Chakra, parliament and also the constitution.
"While the Maharashtra government might have let him off, he is still unanswerable to us as he has denigrated the constitution of India, penned by the fantastic Dalit leader, Babasaheb Ambedkar," the official said.
Two months ago, Trivedi hogged the limelight following the Maharashtra government slapped sedition charges on him for sketching obscene cartoons denigrating Indian constitution as well as other symbols, during last year's Anna Hazare-led anti-corruption crusade in Mumbai.
Trivedi was thrown in jail but following a public outcry, was released. The sedition charges against him were quietly dropped.