A recently raised 10 feet-tall statue of BR Ambedkar was seized and evacuated by Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) experts in front of the pioneer’s 128th birth commemoration. The statue was expelled as well as discovered dumped in the rubbish.
As indicated by a report in The New Indian Express, the statue was raised at Punjagutta right off the bat Saturday without getting leeway from the GHMC. Henceforth, it was seized, activating challenges.
The Ambedkar Statue Protection Committee — which introduced the structure — driven by G Vinod Kumar, arranged a dissent against its expulsion at the site close to the Punjagutta intersection. As a careful step, the police kept somewhere around eight people, including Kumar.
As the photos of harmed statue, being conveyed from Yousufguda to the Jawaharnagar dump yard in a waste vehicle, circulated around the web, individuals hammered that “monstrous demonstration” of the city partnership.