New Delhi :- Hindu Sena president Vishnu Gupta has demanded that AIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi and other Muslim leaders like Waris Pathan be arrested, alleging hate speech.
Two right-wing groups have filed counter-appeals in the Supreme Court opposing the petition against hate speeches in religious gatherings held in the Dharma Sansad Haridwar and Delhi in the last few days, public outrage across the country due to the statements made in the Dharma Sansad was born. Both the organizations have appealed to the court to make them parties in the case.
In an appeal to the Supreme Court, Hindu Sena President Vishnu Gupta has demanded that Muslim leaders be arrested for their hate and provocative speeches.
The appeal stated that the statements of religious leaders in the Parliament of Religions were a response to attacks on Hindu culture by non-Hindus, and cannot be described as “hate speech”,
“An attempt is being made to defame the spiritual leaders of the Hindus…the petitioner belongs to the Muslim community and cannot raise objections against the matters or activities relating to the Parliament of Hindu Religions (sic),” the petition citing the appeal Read has been filed by journalist Qurban Ali against speeches at religious forums, which have created outrage in the country.
The Hindu Sena president has also demanded that AIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi and other Muslim leaders like Waris Pathan be arrested for making hate speeches.
Another organisation, the Hindu Front for Justice, argued that since the Supreme Court has agreed to investigate hate speeches against Muslims, it should also investigate hate speeches against Hindus. In his appeal, he has cited 25 instances of alleged hate speeches against Hindus.
Journalist Kurban Ali and former Patna High Court judge Anjana Prakash had filed appeals against hate speeches in Haridwar and Delhi, which were condemned by activists and civil society.
More than a hundred others, including five former chiefs of staff of the armed forces and bureaucrats and prominent civilians, wrote to President Ram Nath Kovind and Prime Minister Narendra Modi on “open calls for the genocide of Indian Muslims”, calling for them to be protected. Did. integrity and security of our country.
On January 12, the Supreme Court had issued notices to the Centre, Uttarakhand government and Delhi Police seeking an account of the action taken on the issue. Soon after, the Uttarakhand Police arrested a speaker, Yeti Narasimhanand and Jitendra Narayan Tyagi (who was called Wazim Rizvi before his conversion) in connection with the case. Both of them are in judicial custody.
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