Bajrang Dal leader Raj Kumar, better known as Bittu Bajrangi, who was arrested by Nuh police in connection with the anti-Muslim violence and later released on bail, delivered hate speech, calling for boycott of Muslim businesses during Diwali celebrations.
He was addressing a gathering in Faridabad on 4 November.
Bittu Bajrangi was booked in connection with the anti-Muslim violence that broke out in Nuh district during a religious yatra on July 31.
He was arrested on 15 August following a massive outage against Haryana BJP government. The Hindutva activist was apprehended after a team of over 20 officers in civilian clothes, armed with lathis, chased Bajrangi from his home. He attempted to flee but is nabbed by the team.
He was released on bail two weeks after spending in jail.
His bail conditions include obtaining prior permission from the superintendent of police to visit Nuh district and refraining from making public statements, especially on social media.
His recent genocidal speech against Muslims come after the Hindutva militant forcibly stopped a court marriage of an interfaith couple.
The charges against him include assault or criminal force to deter a public servant from discharge of duty; voluntarily causing harm to deter a public worker from doing duty; rioting; and Section 25 of the Arms Act.
Bajrangi who is a Faridabad head of Gau Raksha Bajrang Force, has found a mention in multiple FIRs related to hate speech against Muslims.