Muslim leaders should be arrested… now Hindu organizations also reach Supreme Court on hate speech

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New Delhi : Counter-appeals have been filed in the case of Hate Speech in Haridwar and Delhi’s religious programs. Two right-wing organizations have requested that they be made a party in this matter. In his petition, Hindu Sena President Vishnu Gupta has demanded that Muslim leaders should be arrested for hate speech. AIMIM leader Akbaruddin Owaisi, AAP leader Amanatullah Khan and Waris Pathan have been demanded for their arrest alleging hate speech. Another organisation, the Hindu Front for Justice, said in the intervention petition that while the apex court agreed to probe into the hate speeches against Muslims, it would not be allowed to make hate speeches against Hindus. Speech Against Hindus) should also be investigated.

Hate statements against Hindus should be probed by SIT: PILThe Hindu Front for Justice has filed the petition through its president and others. It said, “The applicant through the present application is praying to this Court to direct a SIT to probe into the hate speeches made against the members of the Hindu community, their deities.” The organization urged the court to direct an inquiry into the incident of hate speech given against the constitutional spirit as well as against the unity and integrity of India.

‘Fear among Hindus due to provocative speeches of Muslim leaders’The petition states that some leaders and preachers of the Muslim community are campaigning against Hinduism and against the sovereignty and integrity of India. The petition, filed through advocate Vishnu Shankar Jain, said, “The provocative speeches made by Muslim leaders have created an atmosphere of fear and unrest in the Hindu community.” Such statements remind us of the functioning of the Muslim League, which resulted in the partition of the country. Another intervention application has been filed by the National President of Hindu Sena to oppose the PIL.

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Police has arrested Jitendra Narayan TyagiThe Supreme Court had on January 12 issued notice to the Uttarakhand government on a petition filed by journalist Kurban Ali and former Patna High Court judge Anjana Prakash. The petition sought action against those who made hate speeches against the Muslim community at the Parliament of Religions in Haridwar. Three army veterans have also moved the Supreme Court seeking directions to set up SITs to probe alleged hate speeches made in Haridwar and Delhi. Uttarakhand Police has arrested the former chairman of Shia Waqf Board, who recently converted to Hinduism.

[Attribution to NBT]

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