Two women belonging to the Pardhi tribe went to see Pandurang when they were detained at the Kal Alandi Police Station, they were later rescued by the VBA youth leaders. The women were allegedly subjected to cruelty by the police, adding to their distress. The VBA Chief Adv Prakash Ambedkar condemned the incident asking when will the English policy of criminalising a particular caste or tribe will stop.
Among the detained individuals were two women, one of whom was already in distress. Ambedkar writes that the police treated the women cruelly.
Late at night, the VBA leaders made their way to the Alandi Police Station, where the detained women were being held. When the women were freed they were seen crying and overwhelmed to the truama.
Ambedkar tweets in marathi: A serious incident occurred at the Kal Alandi Police Station, causing a lot of disturbance. How long will the English policy of criminalization of specific caste groups continue to oppress by the dominant upper-class? A group of Pardhi tribe, who had come to see Pandurang, were taken to the police station and detained by the Shinde-Fadnavis government. Two women were among them. While one of the women was already in distress, she was also treated cruelly by the police. Late at night, the Vanchit Bahujan Aaghadi leaders, who were denied entry, went to the Alandi Police Station and rescued them. At that time, the woman was crying inconsolably! We demand swift action against the responsible police officers. We are making this demand.