2 more reservations in the Haridwar Dharam Sansad hate speech case
Haridwar (SP) Police Superintendent Shekhar Suyal said on Saturday that two other people had been named in the FIR in connection with the alleged hate speech in Dharma Sansad in Haridwar.
Police named Dharm Das and Annapurna, a woman in the hate speech case.
Earlier Wednesday, police said they had detained Wasim Rizvi, aka Jitendra Tyagi, and others under section 153A of India’s Criminal Code in the case.
Meanwhile, Anand Swaroop, a participant from Dharma Sansad told reporters, âWe stand by our statements which are well thought out. If a person rapes our sister, won’t we kill her? The speakers spoke of killing such people, not ordinary Muslims who are our friends. No one can stop India from becoming a Hindu Rashtra â.
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