Police today arrested five Dalit activists in connection with a clash that took place on April 13 between members of the community and Hindu right-wing groups on the issue of renaming an NH1 traffic intersection, an official said.
Harbhajan Suman, president of Ambedkar Sena today surrendered before the police here while four others -- Baljinder Kumar, Sanjiv Kumar, Davinder Deep and Pradeep -- were arrested by the police, he said.
They were produced in a local court which sent them to judicial custody till May 25, they said.
They also tried to rename the intersection as Samvidhan Chowk.
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