Hindustani Bhau aka Vikas Fhatak who made it big on YouTube is in trouble right now. He is suspected of agitating students, and he was arrested by the Mumbai Police.
Vikas Fhatak, a.k.a. Hindustani Bhau, also shared a video on his Instagram. This video prompted students to protest, and on Monday, a large number of students assembled in Dharavi, Mumbai. Between the Covid-19 crisis and now, these kids propose that the 10th and 12th-grade exams be held online.
The YouTuber has been charged under numerous provisions of the Indian Penal Code (including the rioting part), the Maharashtra Police Act, the Disaster Management Act, and the Maharashtra Prevention of Defacement of Property Act. According to the official, Ikrar Khan Wakhar Khan (25) was also arrested for his alleged role in the students' protest.
Following the protests, it was revealed that he had requested that the students gather in Dharavi. On Monday, a huge group of students gathered outside the minister's residence, prompting police to use a light baton charge to disperse them.
He claimed that professors attend meetings online as well, so why is it that children's health is being risked by taking offline exams?
Mumbai: Social media influencer Vikas Fhatak, also known as 'Hindustani Bhau', arrested by Dharavi Police in connection with students' protest in Dharavi y'day over their demand for online exams for classes 10th & 12th, in view of #COVID19. FIR registered against Fhatak & others.
— ANI (@ANI) February 1, 2022
Even before this, Vikas Fhatak was being investigated. He was protesting in Mumbai's Dadar Shivaji Park, demanding that children's examinations be canceled and school fees be refunded. Following that, he was arrested on suspicion of violating Corona rules.
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