Dharam Sansad case: Plea in SC seeks SIT probe into hate speeches against Hindu community

New Delhi, 23/1:An organisation, Hindu Front for Justice, through its president and others, has approached the Supreme Court to examine hate speeches delivered against the community. It has filed an intervention application in the hate speech case examined by the top court with regard to the Haridwar Dharam Sansad case.The plea claimed that since the top court has agreed to examine hate speeches against Muslims, then it should also examine hate speeches against Hindus, and cited over two dozen instances involving political leaders like Akbaruddin Owaisi and AAP leader from Delhi, Amanatullah Khan.


“The applicants herein through the present application are praying to this court to direct an SIT to investigate the hate speeches given against the members of the Hindu community, their gods and goddess,” the plea said.


It further asked the court to direct investigation into the incident of hate speech given against the constitutional spirit as well as the unity and integrity of India.

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