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2 outfits move Supreme Court for probe into hate speech during Haridwar ‘Dharam Sansad’

New Delhi, January 23

Ahead of the hearing on a PIL seeking action against those who delivered hate speeches during the Haridwar “Dharam Sansad” last month, two Hindu groups have moved the SC seeking a probe into similar speeches by Muslim politicians and clerics against Hindus.

Lucknow-based Hindu Front for Justice and Delhi-based Hindu Sena wanted the SC to direct the state governments concerned to register FIRs against Muslim leaders/clerics who delivered provocative speech against Hindus. Such utterances created an atmosphere of fear and unrest in the Hindu community reminding them of the working of Muslim League which resulted in India’s partition, they said. —

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