The petition containing hate speeches from the Parliament of Religions will be heard in the Supreme Court today. The Supreme Court will hear the petition containing hate speeches from the Parliament of Religions today

Digital Desk, New Delhi. Hate speech case emanating from Dharma Sansad in Haridwar, Uttarakhand will be heard in the Supreme Court today. The top court has taken cognizance of the non-arrest of the accused after the FIR, the matter will be heard.

The petition has sought an independent, impartial and court-monitored inquiry against the hate speeches. The petition has been filed by journalist Kurban Ali and former Patna High Court judge and senior advocate Anjana Prakash. A bench headed by Chief Justice of India NV Ramana will hear a petition seeking an independent inquiry into the speeches of Haridwar’s ‘Dharma Sansad’ in Uttarakhand, which incited the violence, in the apex court on Wednesday.

Earlier, senior advocate Kapil Sibal argued before the Chief Justice to hear the hate speech case, Congress leader and senior advocate Sibal said that now instead of Satyamev Jayate, provocative speeches of Shasrmev Jayate are being given. No arrest was made after the FIR. After which Chief Justice NV Ramanna assured a hearing on the matter. After which the CGI took cognizance of the cases, which is to be heard.

There was a ruckus in the country after a video of a provocative speech given in the Parliament of Religions held in Haridwar went viral on social media. The controversial speeches called upon Hindus to take up arms to protect religion. At the same time, it was said that Muslims should not become the Prime Minister in the country. In the viral video, indecent speeches were given to a saint to stop the growth of Muslim population. A day later, former army chiefs and senior officers wrote open letters demanding protection and action.

The petition said that an event organized by Yeti Narasimhanand in Haridwar and a program organized by Hindu Yuva Vahini in Delhi had called for massacre of a particular community. The petition states that no effective and appropriate action was taken by the Uttarakhand and Delhi Police.

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