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Maharashtra students’ protest case, Hindustani Bhau remanded in judicial custody for 14 days

Vikas Fhatak, alias ‘Hindustani bhau,’ a social media influencer, appeared before a Bandra magistrate court on Saturday and was sent to judicial prison for 14 days.

On February 1, Vikas Fhatak was detained for allegedly inciting students in classes 10 and 12 to protest the offline board examinations.


Previously, the Court ordered him to be held in police custody until February 4th.

In court, the police offered an unqualified apology. They had come to assist the kids, and our cause was just. Unfortunately, it was abused, resulting in a riot. The police said they will assist the authorities in their inquiry, According to Mahesh Mulya, an advocate for Vikas Pathak aka Hindustani Bhau.


In a previous video produced by ‘Hindustani Bhau,’ he allegedly invited students to protest in the Dharavi slum near the house of Maharashtra education minister Varsha Gaikwad.

He may be heard saying in the clip that many people died as a result of COVID-19. People’s terror has not subsided, and now the Omicron variety has arrived. Stay at home and take measures, according to the administration.


He stated that academics are also conducting meetings online, so why are children’s health being jeopardized by taking offline exams?

I would want to propose that you (the government) cancel the offline examinations. If not, my pupils and I will stage a demonstration at the Varsha Gaikwad’s doorway. I am not going to quit till they receive justice, Bhau stated in the clip.


Students protested against offline examinations outside the apartment of State School Education Minister Professor Varsha Eknath Gaikwad in Maharashtra’s Mumbai after the video went viral.

In light of the COVID-19 scenario, the protesting students wanted online tests for classes 10 and 12.