Such reaction is coming for India from abroad on Haridwar incident


Such reaction is coming for India from abroad on Haridwar incident  The anti-Muslim campaign of hardline Hindutva leaders in India is getting a lot of criticism in the foreign media. It is being said that the Modi government has kept silence on the anti-Muslim hatred.  Hardline Hindutva leader Yeti Narasimhanand, who openly spoke hatred against Muslims, organized the Dharma Sansad in Haridwar from December 17 to 19 last week.  Video clips of the speech given in this Dharma Sansad have gone viral on social media. In the video clip, violence against Muslims and Hindus are being asked to take up arms.  On Thursday, the Uttarakhand Police has registered an FIR against Wasim Rizvi alias Jitendra Narayan Tyagi and others in this case. Wasim Rizvi was the former chairman of the Uttar Pradesh Central Shia Waqf Board. Rizvi had recently announced that he had left Islam and converted to Hinduism. What was the role of Rizvi in ​​the Dharma Sansad of Haridwar, it is not clear.  Sharing this video clip, people from abroad are also taking a dig at the Indian government on social media.  What is the whole matter of controversial statements in the Parliament of Religions  Apart from this, it has got good coverage in foreign media. This is not the first time for Yeti Narasimhanand, when he has spoken of violence against Muslims. Earlier, he had also made objectionable remarks on Prophet Mohammad.  Britain's MP Naaz Shah tweeted the video of the Hindu Yuva Vahini program of hatred against Muslims, writing, "This is not Nazi Germany of 1941. This is India of 2021. An appeal is being made to kill Muslims. This is happening now. Those who are calling this extremist group should know that Hitler also started in the same way. Where is the global protest in this matter?"  At the same time, CJ Varleman, foreign correspondent of Byline Times, has posted a video clip of the program of Hindu Yuva Vahini in Delhi on Twitter. This clip also has a translation in English of the speech of hardline Hindutva leaders. Varleman has written a line from the video clip in English – We are ready to fight and kill for the Hindu Rashtra.  Audrey Truschke, Professor of South Asian History at Ruckers University in New Jersey, also tweeted the news related to it, writing, "A society wants to stop genocide. Programs related to this are stopped and arrested so that it does not happen again. In Modi's India? BJP leaders take part in such programs and no arrests are made.  Parliament of Religions Delhi BJP leader Ashwini Upadhyay also attended the Dharma Sansad held in Haridwar from December 17 to 19. It is seen in the video of the Parliament of Religions that Hindutva leaders and sadhus are appealing to Hindus to take up arms against Muslims.  Former Delhi BJP spokesperson Ashwini Upadhyay told the Kolkata-based English daily Telegraph that he was only in the Parliament of Religions for 30 minutes on December 19 and no hate speech was given in front of him. In August this year, Upadhyay was briefly arrested for raising slogans that spread violence against Muslims at Delhi's Jantar Mantar.  Well-known Pakistani journalist Hamid Mir, while retweeting the video clip of the Haridwar incident, wrote, "This woman is openly inciting violence against Indian Muslims. This is the female version of Hitler, planning a genocide in the near future. This woman is proving that Muhammad Ali Jinnah was absolutely right that he created a separate Pakistan for Muslims. Thank you Jinnah sahib.  Retweeting the video clip of Haridwar, the Indian American Muslim Council wrote, "IMCA condemns the appeal of Hindu nationalists to massacre Muslims in India. Recently, Hindu extremist leaders organized Dharma Sansad and an appeal has been made to take up arms against Muslims.  Turkey's state broadcaster TRT has also published news about this. TRT has written in its report, "Leaders of hardline right-wing groups affiliated to the ruling Narendra Modi government have appealed for the annihilation of minorities in India. Especially 200 million Muslims of India have been targeted.  The TRT wrote in its report, "Gandse had assassinated Gandhi on January 30, 1948 and his association was also with the ideology of Hindutva. In India, Muslims have also been targeted in the name of love-jihad. Apart from this, Muslims are not being allowed to offer prayers in the open in Gurgaon, adjacent to Delhi.  Targeting the central government Michael Kagelman, South Asia Associate and author at The Wilson Center, tweeted, "Last week a three-day outright hate-mongering event took place in India. It also incited violence against minorities. it's scary. But there is no strictness or condemnation from the government. The sad truth is that the deafening silence isn't surprising in the least. In this one speaker was from the ruling BJP and the rest of the people are also associated with BJP.  This tweet of Michael has also been retweeted by Pakistan's Information Minister Fawad Chaudhry. All the newspapers of Pakistan have published it prominently. English newspapers Dawn and Express Tribune have accused the Modi government of discriminating against the Muslims of India.  French news agency AFP has also published a report of discrimination against Muslims under Modi rule. The AFP report said, "There is no place for prayers. Due to lack of space in Gurgaon, Muslims are unable to offer prayers in the open. The arrival of Modi in 2014 has encouraged fundamentalist Hindus and they feel that this is a Hindu nation and there is no place for Muslims.   Former army chiefs warn the government in the matter of hatred against Muslims  A video of hardcore Hindutva leader Yeti Narasimhanand has gone viral in which he is appealing for violence against Muslims and advocating for Hindus to take up arms.  These people had organized a three-day conference in Haridwar last week and in this the talk of violence against Muslims was openly spoken.  This video is being shared by India as well as foreign social media users on social media. On Thursday, the Uttarakhand Police has registered an FIR against Wasim Rizvi alias Jitendra Narayan Tyagi and others in this case.  Wasim Rizvi was the former chairman of the Uttar Pradesh Central Shia Waqf Board. Rizvi had recently announced that he had left Islam and converted to Hinduism. What was the role of Rizvi in ​​the Dharma Sansad of Haridwar, it is not clear. In the same year, Narasimhanand made objectionable remarks on Prophet Mohammad during a press conference in Delhi. In this case, the Delhi Police had registered an FIR against him.  Appeal for strict action  Expressing displeasure over this incident, many eminent people of the country have appealed to the government to take strict steps. Former army chiefs of India have also expressed strong displeasure about this. These former army chiefs have also condemned the lynchings in the Golden Temple in Amritsar and the alleged desecration of the Guru Granth Sahib at a gurdwara in Kapurthala, Punjab.  Sharing the video on Twitter, 1971 war hero and former Navy Chief Admiral (Retd) Arun Prakash wrote – Do we want communal bloodshed? General Ved Prakash Malik, who was the Army Chief of India during the Kargil War in 1999 in Atal Bihari Vajpayee's government, has also agreed with this tweet by Arun Prakash.  Social media users are also sharing a video of a program organized by Hindu Yuva Vahini and it also contains speeches inciting violence against Muslims. In this video a resolution is being taken for violence, death and murder to make a Hindu nation.  Delhi BJP leader Ashwini Upadhyay also attended the Dharma Sansad held in Haridwar from December 17 to 19. It is seen in the video of the Parliament of Religions that Hindutva leaders and sadhus are appealing to Hindus to take up arms against Muslims.  Former Delhi BJP spokesperson Ashwini Upadhyay told the Kolkata-based English daily Telegraph that he was only in the Parliament of Religions for 30 minutes on December 19 and no hate speech was given in front of him. In August this year, Upadhyay was briefly arrested for raising slogans that spread violence against Muslims at Delhi's Jantar Mantar.  Tweeting the video clip of Haridwar's Dharma Sansad, Admiral (Retd) Arun Prakash wrote, "Why is this not being stopped? Our soldiers are facing enemies on two fronts and we want to face communal bloodshed, internal disturbances and international embarrassment? Is it so difficult to understand that if national harmony and unity are in danger, then national security will also be at risk?  In response to this tweet by Admiral Arun Prakash, General Ved Malik wrote, "Agreed. Such speeches will disturb social harmony and pose a threat to national security. Administration should take action on this.  'Threat to social harmony' A former lieutenant general told the Telegraph, "These hate merchants are fanatics and are a threat to the social harmony of the country. Why is the government not arresting them, why is UAPA not imposing and the law of sedition is not for them?  Tactical expert Sushant Sarin has tweeted and said, "This is very disgusting. If the government does not stop them, then it is playing with the defense of the country.  The Telegraph asked a senior Delhi Police officer why no action was taken regarding the program of the Vahini, he said, "We have seen a video of this program in Delhi, in which people are being instigated against Muslims. We are waiting for instructions from the above officials.  On the other hand, Major General (Retd) Yash More wrote in a tweet regarding lynching in Punjab, "It is disturbing that two people were murdered in Punjab in the name of religion. We have become second Pakistan. This hatred must stop or else we will be destroyed.  All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) President and Lok Sabha MP from Hyderabad Asaduddin Owaisi has made several tweets on the whole matter. Owaisi has written in his tweet, "Most of the people giving speeches in that program always incite people to spread hatred and violence and they have close relation with power. The BJP government at the Center and Uttarakhand is together in this appeal for the genocide. Why haven't any arrests been made so far? Why was there no condemnation from the government?  Owaisi wrote, "Abetting a genocide is an offense under the Genocide Convention 1948. India was with this convention but has failed to punish the criminals.       What are the Muslim leaders of India saying on Haridwar 'Dharma Sansad'?  It has been strongly condemned by many Muslim personalities, leaders and organizations after making provocative and incitement to violence against Muslims during two programs in Delhi and Haridwar.  A 'Dharma Sansad' was organized in Haridwar, Uttarakhand from 17th to 19th of this month.  Videos of 'controversial speeches' of the people present there are going viral on social media.  During the program, the speakers are seen talking like 'raising arms to protect religion, not allowing Muslim to become Prime Minister till 2029, not allowing Muslim population to grow and calling upon Hindu society to take up arms'.  A similar program was organized by an organization named 'Hindu Yuva Vahini' in the country's capital Delhi on Sunday.  The video clip of this program is also going viral. In this video also violence against a particular community and oath is being administered to Hindus to take up arms.  who strongly condemned Lok Sabha MP and AIMIM leader Asaduddin Owaisi tweeted that "incitement to genocide is not normal. Civilized societies do not tolerate intolerant speech. The call to take up arms for war against its citizens should not be ignored. Haridwar massacre summit". The conference was not 'anti-social'. This is not the time to be shocked but to actively combat fundamentalism."  Condemning these speeches, Maulana Madani, president of Jamiat Ulem-e-Hind, criticized the government for not taking any action.  Maulan Madani said, "We strongly condemn the government turning a blind eye even after making open threats against the Muslim community. They are posing a threat to peace and communal harmony in the country. I strongly condemn the organizers and various speakers." I demand action."  He has written a letter to the country's Home Minister Amit Shah, Uttarakhand Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami, National Human Rights Commission and National Minorities Commission demanding action.  Former Chief Election Commissioner of the country SY Qureshi has described this incident as a test for the government.  He told the English newspaper 'The Hindu' , "Anti-social elements are rapidly becoming mainstream and they are capable of giving hate speeches and communal speeches. This is the test of police, state and central government and we will see that against the organizers." What action is taken. There couldn't have been a worse hate speech than what we saw. It's a direct call for genocide."  Appeal to PM Modi to break the silence Again Hardware genocide speech Bharatiya Muslim Mahila Andolan, an organization working for the rights of Muslim women, has appealed to Prime Minister Narendra Modi to "break his silence" on the issue.  The organization said in the statement, "The speeches made in Haridwar should be categorically condemned by the Prime Minister and the nation should be assured that all Indians will be kept safe from the threat of any terror. Directing the Prime Minister to the Ministry of Home Affairs He should take immediate action against the conspirators of Haridwar and send them behind the bars."  At the same time, it has been said that the Prime Minister should give an example of such punishment, which sends a clear message that India is a legal democracy.  Congress leader and former Union Minister Salman Khurshid has said by tweeting that this incident is not against minorities but against Sanatan Dharma.  He wrote, "The meeting held in Haridwar was not against the minorities but against Sanatan Dharma. We stand in solidarity with a noble world, without fear and courage. To serve others before ourselves, India gives us We hate sin, not sinners."  OVC's party All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) spokesperson Waris Pathan tweeted, "Haridwar genocide conference" is a blot on the integrity of India and a threat to peace and harmony. Yeti Narasimhanand is favored by those in power and such programs are protected by power. I request the Supreme Court of the country to take suo motu cognizance of this unfortunate incident.  What action was taken and what are the questions arising An FIR has been registered under Section 153A of the Indian Penal Code regarding the controversial statements made in Haridwar's 'Dharma Sansad'. Uttarakhand DGP Ashok Kumar has denied that the FIR has been registered under weak sections.  Ashok Kumar has also said that the video has been removed from Facebook. The DGP said that the case under UAPA was not registered because no one was killed. He said that more things will come out in the investigation.  This FIR has also been registered against Waseem Rizvi alias Jitendra Narayan Tyagi, former chairman of Shia Waqf Board of Uttar Pradesh, another person and other unidentified persons following a complaint by a person.  Questions are being raised about this FIR that the state government has registered a case under less serious sections, while no complaint has been registered against the staunch Hindutva leader Yeti Narasimhanand, who spoke hate speech in the program.  Questions are also being raised on the police that it can take any action on the basis of suo motu cognizance, but it filed a report after the complaint of a person in this matter.  On the other hand, no FIR has been registered so far regarding the program in Delhi.  Questions arising on the FIR of the police AIMIM MP Asaduddin Owaisi has raised questions on the FIR of the police in Haridwar case.  He tweeted, "Uttarakhand Police has not registered an FIR against any person involved in the Haridwar massacre summit. They say that they have received a complaint in only one name. The Uttarakhand team of AIMIM has arrested at least 4 people. Why were the names of the heads of the program not registered?"  In the tweet that followed, Owaisi said, "Police has all the weapons of strict laws (sedition, UAPA, NSA) but they are treating the genocide fanatics like children. In the Haridwar massacre conference, they call this ridiculous FIR. Justifying by saying that there has been no murder because of this. Does that mean they will wait for someone to be killed before arresting them?"  Uttarakhand Director General of Police Ashok Kumar says that the person who filed the FIR named only two people and said that he does not know the names of the rest, so an FIR has also been registered against unknown people.  Uttarakhand Director General of Police Ashok Kumar  He claims that the police is taking the whole matter very seriously and those who create such provocation in the state will not be spared.  The police have registered a case in this case under section 153A which deals with spreading enmity between different communities. It carries a provision of imprisonment of up to three years Former Delhi Police Commissioner MB Kaushal, while talking to BBC correspondent Salman Ravi, has said that in this case by now the Uttarakhand Police itself should have arrested the people involved in the program who gave provocative or provocative speeches.  MB Kaushal said, "Instead of giving a statement, the Uttarakhand police should have arrested by now, and more sections should have been imposed in the FIR registered regarding the case. Everything is decided by the attitude of the police." If strict action had been taken, it would have been a lesson for others."

Such reaction is coming for India from abroad on Haridwar incident

The anti-Muslim campaign of hardline Hindutva leaders in India is getting a lot of criticism in the foreign media. It is being said that the Modi government has kept silence on the anti-Muslim hatred.

Hardline Hindutva leader Yeti Narasimhanand, who openly spoke hatred against Muslims, organized the Dharma Sansad in Haridwar from December 17 to 19 last week.

Video clips of the speech given in this Dharma Sansad have gone viral on social media. In the video clip, violence against Muslims and Hindus are being asked to take up arms.

On Thursday, the Uttarakhand Police has registered an FIR against Wasim Rizvi alias Jitendra Narayan Tyagi and others in this case. Wasim Rizvi was the former chairman of the Uttar Pradesh Central Shia Waqf Board. Rizvi had recently announced that he had left Islam and converted to Hinduism. What was the role of Rizvi in ​​the Dharma Sansad of Haridwar, it is not clear.

Sharing this video clip, people from abroad are also taking a dig at the Indian government on social media.

What is the whole matter of controversial statements in the Parliament of Religions

Apart from this, it has got good coverage in foreign media. This is not the first time for Yeti Narasimhanand, when he has spoken of violence against Muslims. Earlier, he had also made objectionable remarks on Prophet Mohammad.

Britain's MP Naaz Shah tweeted the video of the Hindu Yuva Vahini program of hatred against Muslims, writing, "This is not Nazi Germany of 1941. This is India of 2021. An appeal is being made to kill Muslims. This is happening now. Those who are calling this extremist group should know that Hitler also started in the same way. Where is the global protest in this matter?"

At the same time, CJ Varleman, foreign correspondent of Byline Times, has posted a video clip of the program of Hindu Yuva Vahini in Delhi on Twitter. This clip also has a translation in English of the speech of hardline Hindutva leaders. Varleman has written a line from the video clip in English – We are ready to fight and kill for the Hindu Rashtra.

Audrey Truschke, Professor of South Asian History at Ruckers University in New Jersey, also tweeted the news related to it, writing, "A society wants to stop genocide. Programs related to this are stopped and arrested so that it does not happen again. In Modi's India? BJP leaders take part in such programs and no arrests are made.

Parliament of Religions
Delhi BJP leader Ashwini Upadhyay also attended the Dharma Sansad held in Haridwar from December 17 to 19. It is seen in the video of the Parliament of Religions that Hindutva leaders and sadhus are appealing to Hindus to take up arms against Muslims.

Former Delhi BJP spokesperson Ashwini Upadhyay told the Kolkata-based English daily Telegraph that he was only in the Parliament of Religions for 30 minutes on December 19 and no hate speech was given in front of him. In August this year, Upadhyay was briefly arrested for raising slogans that spread violence against Muslims at Delhi's Jantar Mantar.

Well-known Pakistani journalist Hamid Mir, while retweeting the video clip of the Haridwar incident, wrote, "This woman is openly inciting violence against Indian Muslims. This is the female version of Hitler, planning a genocide in the near future. This woman is proving that Muhammad Ali Jinnah was absolutely right that he created a separate Pakistan for Muslims. Thank you Jinnah sahib.

Retweeting the video clip of Haridwar, the Indian American Muslim Council wrote, "IMCA condemns the appeal of Hindu nationalists to massacre Muslims in India. Recently, Hindu extremist leaders organized Dharma Sansad and an appeal has been made to take up arms against Muslims.

Turkey's state broadcaster TRT has also published news about this. TRT has written in its report, "Leaders of hardline right-wing groups affiliated to the ruling Narendra Modi government have appealed for the annihilation of minorities in India. Especially 200 million Muslims of India have been targeted.

The TRT wrote in its report, "Gandse had assassinated Gandhi on January 30, 1948 and his association was also with the ideology of Hindutva. In India, Muslims have also been targeted in the name of love-jihad. Apart from this, Muslims are not being allowed to offer prayers in the open in Gurgaon, adjacent to Delhi.

Targeting the central government
Michael Kagelman, South Asia Associate and author at The Wilson Center, tweeted, "Last week a three-day outright hate-mongering event took place in India. It also incited violence against minorities. it's scary. But there is no strictness or condemnation from the government. The sad truth is that the deafening silence isn't surprising in the least. In this one speaker was from the ruling BJP and the rest of the people are also associated with BJP.

This tweet of Michael has also been retweeted by Pakistan's Information Minister Fawad Chaudhry. All the newspapers of Pakistan have published it prominently. English newspapers Dawn and Express Tribune have accused the Modi government of discriminating against the Muslims of India.

French news agency AFP has also published a report of discrimination against Muslims under Modi rule. The AFP report said, "There is no place for prayers. Due to lack of space in Gurgaon, Muslims are unable to offer prayers in the open. The arrival of Modi in 2014 has encouraged fundamentalist Hindus and they feel that this is a Hindu nation and there is no place for Muslims.

Former army chiefs warn the government in the matter of hatred against Muslims

A video of hardcore Hindutva leader Yeti Narasimhanand has gone viral in which he is appealing for violence against Muslims and advocating for Hindus to take up arms.

These people had organized a three-day conference in Haridwar last week and in this the talk of violence against Muslims was openly spoken.

This video is being shared by India as well as foreign social media users on social media. On Thursday, the Uttarakhand Police has registered an FIR against Wasim Rizvi alias Jitendra Narayan Tyagi and others in this case.

Wasim Rizvi was the former chairman of the Uttar Pradesh Central Shia Waqf Board. Rizvi had recently announced that he had left Islam and converted to Hinduism. What was the role of Rizvi in ​​the Dharma Sansad of Haridwar, it is not clear. In the same year, Narasimhanand made objectionable remarks on Prophet Mohammad during a press conference in Delhi. In this case, the Delhi Police had registered an FIR against him.

Appeal for strict action

Expressing displeasure over this incident, many eminent people of the country have appealed to the government to take strict steps. Former army chiefs of India have also expressed strong displeasure about this. These former army chiefs have also condemned the lynchings in the Golden Temple in Amritsar and the alleged desecration of the Guru Granth Sahib at a gurdwara in Kapurthala, Punjab.

Sharing the video on Twitter, 1971 war hero and former Navy Chief Admiral (Retd) Arun Prakash wrote – Do we want communal bloodshed? General Ved Prakash Malik, who was the Army Chief of India during the Kargil War in 1999 in Atal Bihari Vajpayee's government, has also agreed with this tweet by Arun Prakash.

Social media users are also sharing a video of a program organized by Hindu Yuva Vahini and it also contains speeches inciting violence against Muslims. In this video a resolution is being taken for violence, death and murder to make a Hindu nation.

Delhi BJP leader Ashwini Upadhyay also attended the Dharma Sansad held in Haridwar from December 17 to 19. It is seen in the video of the Parliament of Religions that Hindutva leaders and sadhus are appealing to Hindus to take up arms against Muslims.

Former Delhi BJP spokesperson Ashwini Upadhyay told the Kolkata-based English daily Telegraph that he was only in the Parliament of Religions for 30 minutes on December 19 and no hate speech was given in front of him. In August this year, Upadhyay was briefly arrested for raising slogans that spread violence against Muslims at Delhi's Jantar Mantar.

Tweeting the video clip of Haridwar's Dharma Sansad, Admiral (Retd) Arun Prakash wrote, "Why is this not being stopped? Our soldiers are facing enemies on two fronts and we want to face communal bloodshed, internal disturbances and international embarrassment? Is it so difficult to understand that if national harmony and unity are in danger, then national security will also be at risk?

In response to this tweet by Admiral Arun Prakash, General Ved Malik wrote, "Agreed. Such speeches will disturb social harmony and pose a threat to national security. Administration should take action on this.

'Threat to social harmony'
A former lieutenant general told the Telegraph, "These hate merchants are fanatics and are a threat to the social harmony of the country. Why is the government not arresting them, why is UAPA not imposing and the law of sedition is not for them?

Tactical expert Sushant Sarin has tweeted and said, "This is very disgusting. If the government does not stop them, then it is playing with the defense of the country.

The Telegraph asked a senior Delhi Police officer why no action was taken regarding the program of the Vahini, he said, "We have seen a video of this program in Delhi, in which people are being instigated against Muslims. We are waiting for instructions from the above officials.

On the other hand, Major General (Retd) Yash More wrote in a tweet regarding lynching in Punjab, "It is disturbing that two people were murdered in Punjab in the name of religion. We have become second Pakistan. This hatred must stop or else we will be destroyed.

All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) President and Lok Sabha MP from Hyderabad Asaduddin Owaisi has made several tweets on the whole matter. Owaisi has written in his tweet, "Most of the people giving speeches in that program always incite people to spread hatred and violence and they have close relation with power. The BJP government at the Center and Uttarakhand is together in this appeal for the genocide. Why haven't any arrests been made so far? Why was there no condemnation from the government?

Owaisi wrote, "Abetting a genocide is an offense under the Genocide Convention 1948. India was with this convention but has failed to punish the criminals.




What are the Muslim leaders of India saying on Haridwar 'Dharma Sansad'?

It has been strongly condemned by many Muslim personalities, leaders and organizations after making provocative and incitement to violence against Muslims during two programs in Delhi and Haridwar.

A 'Dharma Sansad' was organized in Haridwar, Uttarakhand from 17th to 19th of this month.

Videos of 'controversial speeches' of the people present there are going viral on social media.

During the program, the speakers are seen talking like 'raising arms to protect religion, not allowing Muslim to become Prime Minister till 2029, not allowing Muslim population to grow and calling upon Hindu society to take up arms'.

A similar program was organized by an organization named 'Hindu Yuva Vahini' in the country's capital Delhi on Sunday.

The video clip of this program is also going viral. In this video also violence against a particular community and oath is being administered to Hindus to take up arms.

who strongly condemned
Lok Sabha MP and AIMIM leader Asaduddin Owaisi tweeted that "incitement to genocide is not normal. Civilized societies do not tolerate intolerant speech. The call to take up arms for war against its citizens should not be ignored. Haridwar massacre summit". The conference was not 'anti-social'. This is not the time to be shocked but to actively combat fundamentalism."

Condemning these speeches, Maulana Madani, president of Jamiat Ulem-e-Hind, criticized the government for not taking any action.

Maulan Madani said, "We strongly condemn the government turning a blind eye even after making open threats against the Muslim community. They are posing a threat to peace and communal harmony in the country. I strongly condemn the organizers and various speakers." I demand action."

He has written a letter to the country's Home Minister Amit Shah, Uttarakhand Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami, National Human Rights Commission and National Minorities Commission demanding action.

Former Chief Election Commissioner of the country SY Qureshi has described this incident as a test for the government.

He told the English newspaper 'The Hindu' , "Anti-social elements are rapidly becoming mainstream and they are capable of giving hate speeches and communal speeches. This is the test of police, state and central government and we will see that against the organizers." What action is taken. There couldn't have been a worse hate speech than what we saw. It's a direct call for genocide."

Appeal to PM Modi to break the silence
Again Hardware genocide speech
Bharatiya Muslim Mahila Andolan, an organization working for the rights of Muslim women, has appealed to Prime Minister Narendra Modi to "break his silence" on the issue.

The organization said in the statement, "The speeches made in Haridwar should be categorically condemned by the Prime Minister and the nation should be assured that all Indians will be kept safe from the threat of any terror. Directing the Prime Minister to the Ministry of Home Affairs He should take immediate action against the conspirators of Haridwar and send them behind the bars."

At the same time, it has been said that the Prime Minister should give an example of such punishment, which sends a clear message that India is a legal democracy.

Congress leader and former Union Minister Salman Khurshid has said by tweeting that this incident is not against minorities but against Sanatan Dharma.

He wrote, "The meeting held in Haridwar was not against the minorities but against Sanatan Dharma. We stand in solidarity with a noble world, without fear and courage. To serve others before ourselves, India gives us We hate sin, not sinners."

OVC's party All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) spokesperson Waris Pathan tweeted, "Haridwar genocide conference" is a blot on the integrity of India and a threat to peace and harmony. Yeti Narasimhanand is favored by those in power and such programs are protected by power. I request the Supreme Court of the country to take suo motu cognizance of this unfortunate incident.

What action was taken and what are the questions arising
An FIR has been registered under Section 153A of the Indian Penal Code regarding the controversial statements made in Haridwar's 'Dharma Sansad'. Uttarakhand DGP Ashok Kumar has denied that the FIR has been registered under weak sections.

Ashok Kumar has also said that the video has been removed from Facebook. The DGP said that the case under UAPA was not registered because no one was killed. He said that more things will come out in the investigation.

This FIR has also been registered against Waseem Rizvi alias Jitendra Narayan Tyagi, former chairman of Shia Waqf Board of Uttar Pradesh, another person and other unidentified persons following a complaint by a person.

Questions are being raised about this FIR that the state government has registered a case under less serious sections, while no complaint has been registered against the staunch Hindutva leader Yeti Narasimhanand, who spoke hate speech in the program.

Questions are also being raised on the police that it can take any action on the basis of suo motu cognizance, but it filed a report after the complaint of a person in this matter.

On the other hand, no FIR has been registered so far regarding the program in Delhi.

Questions arising on the FIR of the police
AIMIM MP Asaduddin Owaisi has raised questions on the FIR of the police in Haridwar case.

He tweeted, "Uttarakhand Police has not registered an FIR against any person involved in the Haridwar massacre summit. They say that they have received a complaint in only one name. The Uttarakhand team of AIMIM has arrested at least 4 people. Why were the names of the heads of the program not registered?"

In the tweet that followed, Owaisi said, "Police has all the weapons of strict laws (sedition, UAPA, NSA) but they are treating the genocide fanatics like children. In the Haridwar massacre conference, they call this ridiculous FIR. Justifying by saying that there has been no murder because of this. Does that mean they will wait for someone to be killed before arresting them?"

Uttarakhand Director General of Police Ashok Kumar says that the person who filed the FIR named only two people and said that he does not know the names of the rest, so an FIR has also been registered against unknown people.

Uttarakhand Director General of Police Ashok Kumar

He claims that the police is taking the whole matter very seriously and those who create such provocation in the state will not be spared.

The police have registered a case in this case under section 153A which deals with spreading enmity between different communities. It carries a provision of imprisonment of up to three years
Former Delhi Police Commissioner MB Kaushal, while talking to BBC correspondent Salman Ravi, has said that in this case by now the Uttarakhand Police itself should have arrested the people involved in the program who gave provocative or provocative speeches.

MB Kaushal said, "Instead of giving a statement, the Uttarakhand police should have arrested by now, and more sections should have been imposed in the FIR registered regarding the case. Everything is decided by the attitude of the police." If strict action had been taken, it would have been a lesson for others."

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