The Telangana High Court on Tuesday authorised the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) to organise a March 5 march in Bhainsa, Nirmal district.
The HC ordered the right-wing group to hold the rally with no more than 500 participants and 300 metres away from houses of worship.
The High Court previously denied permission for the RSS’s ‘Padha Sanchalan’ (march) and ‘Sharirikh Pradarshan’ scheduled for Sunday, February 19 at Bhainsa.
The RSS argued that ‘Sharirik Utsavam’ was a twice-yearly occurrence at the municipal level. Members don uniforms, march through the streets, and conclude the event with physical performances and speeches.
Bordering the former Naxal breeding ground of Adilabad, the town frequently made headlines for communal clashes, internet blackouts, and daytime curfews.
As of the 2011 census, there were 49,764 inhabitants in Bhainsa. 49.06 percent of the population is Hindu, while 46.94 percent is Muslim.