Wednesday, May 29, 2024

Delhi Police notice to media for covering genocidal speech, no action against hate-mongers

The Delhi Police has sent a notice to Molitics, an online media, for covering a Hindu priest’s genocidal speech against Muslims and Christians during a Hindu Parliament at Jantar Mantar in New Delhi.

“It has been observed that you are using Social Media for posting offensive, malicious and inciting posts. New Delhi District’s Cyber Police Station, the Nodal Agency for cyber crimes in New Delhi District of Delhi Police hereby issues notice against you under section 149 CRPC for posting offensive, malicious and inciting message which can adversely affect law and order,”
read the notice tweeted by DCP New Delhi.

“You are here by directed to refrain from doing so failing which you will be liable for strict penal action under relevant provisions of law,” the notice added.

A ‘Dharma Sansad’ or Hindu Parliament at Jantar Mantar in national capital Delhi on Sunday urged the killing of Muslims and Christians to establish a Hindu Rashtra.

“Knife will not work. Keep weapons at home. Kill Muslims and Christians. Weapon should be in one hand and scripture in the other,” said a speaker Mahamandleshwar Swami Bhakt Hari Singh.

The video shared by Molitics showed Hari Singh’s speech.

There was no police action against hate speech and event so far. Despite strong directions from the Supreme Court, hate speeches by Hindutva leaders are unabated across the nation. Hindutva Watch founder Raqib Hameed Naik said to Maktoob that the failure to stop such instigations will enable a full blown genocide.

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The event was organized in support of Dhirendra Krishna Shastri, popularly known as Bageshwar Dham Sarkar, 26-year-old chief priest of the Bageshwar Dham temple in Madhya Pradesh and Sudarshan TV head and hate-monger Suresh Chavhanke.

The crowd in the event raised genocidal slogans against Muslims and Christians in the country.

“We came here because we want Hindu Rashtra,” a woman at the event said to Zee News.

Pradeep Khatkar and Ravi Gupta were the convenors of the event.

The Hindu Parliament demanded declaration of Ramcharitmanas as national scripture, provision of Z plus security to Bageshwar Dham Sarkar and the formation of Hindu Rashtra.

The event comes days after Supreme Court of India spoke against the growing hate speech in the country.

Many speakers in the Hindu Parliament accused the top court of “Muslim appeasement.”

The speakers include Retired IPS officer and the president of the Rashtra Nirman Party Anand Kumar, Ragini Tiwari, Suraj Pal Ammu, Aastha Maa, and Annapurna Bharti.

”We’re not demanding anything; we’re only asking to remove the country’s traitors, those who eat in India but sing praises of Pakistan,” said Suraj Pal Ammu.

All these speakers have a history of making genocidal speeches against Muslims.

Over 400 people including women and students attended the Hindu Parliament.

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