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Haridwar Hate Speech Case To Be Heard By Supreme Court Tomorrow

New Delhi:

Hate speeches including open calls for genocide made at a “Dharma Sansad” in Haridwar will be taken up by the Supreme Court tomorrow.

At the religious assembly held on December 17-19, various religious leaders made outrageous speeches calling for the use of weapons against Muslims.

After much outrage, the Uttarakhand police first filed an FIR naming only one person – Waseem Rizvi who converted and calls himself Jitendra Tyagi – and ‘unknown persons’. Later, four more names were added – Sagar Sidhu Maharaj and Yati Narasimhanand, Dharamdas and Pooja Shakun Pandey.

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