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Namaz row: Ex-MP booked

Sanjay Yadav

Gurugram, January 5

The controversy surrounding namaz within the open continues to rage as native Hindu activists have gotten registered an FIR in opposition to ex-MP of the Rajya Sabha Mohammad Adeeb and two others on the Sector 40 police station right here.

The previous Member of Parliament (MP) Adeeb had moved the Supreme Courtroom in opposition to namaz disruptions in Gurugram and now Hindu activists, Dinesh Bharti, Himmat and Vikky Kumar, approached the police, accusing him of disrupting communal concord, making an attempt to seize land and actions that might invite riots.

The activists mentioned there have been repeated makes an attempt being made to seize land of locals. Complainant Dinesh Bharti mentioned there was a chunk of land close to plot No. 449-450 in Sector 40 the place ancestors of Mangtu Manihar had been put to relaxation. The land was being allegedly declared a graveyard and a mosque was being demanded by them.

“Whereas the administration allowed them six locations for namaz and now we have no problem, it’s land grabbing and encroachment of public land. They’re deceptive and making an attempt to disrupt communal concord,” added Bharti.

Following the grievance, an FIR was registered in opposition to ex-MP Mohammad Adeeb, Abdul Haseeb Kashmi and Mufti Mohammad Salim Kashmi underneath Sections 153 (wantonly giving provocation with intent to trigger riot), 34 (widespread intention) of the IPC on the Sector 40 police station.

When contacting ex MP Mohammad Adeeb mentioned that he simply bought to find out about case and shocked.

“What is that this case, I don’t know however we’re ones speaking of peace and communal concord and individuals who search publicity glorifying Godse are out guilty us. I’ve no fear and can face it”, Adeeb informed The Press Reporter.

It could be famous that in December, final yr Adeeb had moved the Supreme Courtroom looking for contempt motion in opposition to Haryana DGP and chief secretary for failing to adjust to the courtroom’s instructions relating to measures to curb communal and violent sentiments that end in hate crimes.

The police begin investigation into the matter and verifying the details. “We’re verifying the details and motion will probably be taken as per the legislation”, mentioned inspector Kuldeep Dahiya, SHO, Sector 40 police station.

Had moved SC

Former MP Adeeb had moved the Supreme Courtroom in opposition to namaz disruptions in Gurugram and now Hindu activists, Dinesh Bharti, Himmat and Vikky Kumar, approached the police, accusing him of disrupting communal concord, making an attempt to seize land and actions that might invite riots.

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