Jaipur, Sep 23 (PTI) A Rajput community outfit Sunday sought changes in the SC/ST (Prevention of Atrocities) Act to ensure that a person is arrested for an offence under the law only after a probe into the allegations against him.Also Read - Flying To US? Air India Cancels These Flights For Today Due To 5G Roll-Out

We are giving the government one month time. We will announce our further course of action on October 24, said Shree Rajput Karni Sena chief Lokendra Singh Kalvi. Also Read - HEA vs SIX Dream11 Team Prediction, Fantasy Cricket Hints Big Bash League T20: Captain, Probable Playing 11s- Brisbane Heat vs Sydney Sixers, Injury And Team News For Today's T20 Match 36 at Gabba, Brisbane 7:35 AM IST January 19 Wednesday

Kalvi made the demand while addressing a rally ‘Jauhar Swabhiman Sammelan’ in Chittorgarh, held to celebrate the foundation day of the outfit. Also Read - India vs South Africa Live Streaming 1st ODI in India: When and Where to Watch IND vs SA Live Stream Cricket Match Online on Disney+ Hotstar; TV Telecast on Star Sports

The rally was attended by thousands of people, including large number of women, of the Rajput community, who braved intermittent rains to participate in the meeting.

Kalvi also demanded a review of the government’s reservation policy for the other backward classes and Dalits, besides creation of a mechanism to check the historical facts of a film before it is cleared by the censor board.

The chief of Karni Sena, which had spearheaded a large-scale violent protest against alleged distortions of historical facts in film ‘Padmavat’, said The government should set up a board for pre-screening of such films so that facts could not be distorted.” “Movies with historical facts must be passed by the censor board only after a pre-screening board clears it, he said.

We just want what the RSS leaders want on reservation policy – its review. It should be done by the government. The reservation system needs a review, he said, adding the government must take steps on our demands within a month, failing which “we would decide our next course of action” on October 24.

This is published unedited from the PTI feed.