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Massacre Calls In Dharmasansad: 76 Eminent Lawyers Wrote A Letter To The Chief Justice Of India

Police action has not yet been taken against the hate statements made in the Parliament of Religions

New Delhi:

Haridwar Dharma Sansad In the case of hate speech, 76 Supreme Court lawyers have written a letter to Chief Justice of India Justice NV Ramana. 76 Supreme Court lawyers request CJI to take cognizance of hate speeches. Between 17 and 19 December, in the meeting of saints held in Haridwar, there were continuous speeches against the constitutional values ​​and communal harmony of the country. There was even talk of taking up arms against minorities. However, the organizers of Haridwar Dharma Sansad and those who gave hate speech say that they did nothing wrong.

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In such religious parliaments held in Delhi and Haridwar, caste genocide was even called for. In the letter, senior advocates have said that in the absence of police action, prompt judicial intervention becomes necessary, in such a situation such action becomes extremely necessary at the present time. Eminent lawyers like Dushyant Dave, Prashant Bhushan, Vrinda Grover, Salman Khurshid and former Patna High Court judge Anjana Prakash are also named in this letter.

According to the letter, not only hate speeches were given in the Parliament of Religions held in Delhi and Haridwar, but an open call for massacre of a community was given. The lawyers’ letter said that this is not only a serious threat to the unity and integrity of India, but also a matter of endangering the lives of millions of Muslim citizens.

There has also been a lot of criticism on social media for such talk of carnage and hate speech. A police case has also been registered four days ago, but only one person has been named in this. Later the names of two other persons Dharam Das and Sadhvi Annapurna have also been included in it.

In a video, Sadhvi Annapoorna (Pooja Sukhan Pandey) is seen saying, “If you want to remove her, kill her… we need 100 people who can kill her two million people”. However, despite all this, the organizers of such religious programs and those giving hate speech have clearly said that they did not say anything wrong.



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