Chennai News Live Updates: RSS cancels event ; to appeal against HC verdict allowing route marches with riders – The Indian Express

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The single judge bench of Justice G K Ilanthiraiyan had on Friday permitted the RSS to take out route marches and hold public meetings at 44 places in Tamil Nadu on November 6 subject to certain conditions. (File)

Chennai News Live Updates (November 5): The Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) on Saturday said it will not hold its proposed route marches on November 6 as certain conditions laid down by the Madras High Court in this connection were “not acceptable” to it. An appeal will be preferred against the single judge order, R Vanniarajan, president, RSS South Zone, said in a press release. He said the organisation had moved the court following the state police’s refusal of permission to hold route marches in 50 locations across the state on October 2. The court had allowed the programmes to be held on Sunday, reports PTI.

Two persons died and two others were injured after a portion of a building on Mint street, in Chennai collapsed on Friday night, news agency ANI reported. According to the police, fire service personnel were involved clearing the debris and rescued the injured persons.

State-owned Aavin milk brand on Friday announced the hike in prices of its premium segment of milk (sold in orange packets) by 25%. A liter of orange packet Aavin milk will now cost Rs 60. The hike will come into effect from November 5.

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