Togadia in the net of hate speeches at Hyderabad

January 5, 2013 by  
Filed under Andhra Pradesh, India, newsletter-india, Persecution

Praveen Togadia caught in the net of hate speeches in Hyderabad
Vishwa Hindu Parishad

Hyderabad, January 4, 2013: Vishwa Hindu Parishad international working President ParveenTogadia has been brought to notice for his communal speeches in his last December visit to Hyderabad.

A complaint was filed against him by in the 7th metropolitan magistrate by Advocate Ghulam Rabbani against the press conference of Praveen Togadia last December.

VHP president in his press conference on the issue of controversial Bhagya Lakshmi Mandir adjacent to Charminar threatened Muslims by saying that VHP will convert Hyderabad into Ayodhya if Hindus are not allowed to perform Puja (although Hindus were never stopped from doing so). He also said that VHP will teach Hyderabadi Muslims a lesson that they will never forget.

7th metropolitan magistrate accepted the complaint of Ghulam Rabbani and ordered him to record his statement on January 8. Ghulam Rabbani’s counsel Advocate Kahaled Saifullah has pleaded in the court that case under Section 295A (deliberate and malicious acts intended to outrage religious feelings or any class by insulting its religion or religious beliefs) should be registered against Parveen Togadia.

In another development, Chaitanyapuri police station has registered a case against Praveen Togadia under 295A of IPC for his hate speech he had given in Chaitanyapuri while addressing a cadre meeting of VHP. Local police station has registered the case after receiving complaints from local residents of Chaitanyapuri.

Many such cases are registered against Togadia in Hyderabad, but police has never acted against him. In fact on his frequent visits to Hyderabad, he is being provided full police security from airport to his meeting points.

The controversial press conference he made on Bhagya Lakshmi Mandir during the tense and testing time of communal fragile Hyderabadwas done in the full security of police officials.

– tcn

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