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Hyderabad Police issue notice to Raja Singh for making derogatory remarks on social media

According to the latest reports, the Mangalhat police have issued a notice to Goshamahal legislator T Raja Singh for allegedly making derogatory remarks on social media in the backdrop of the 30th anniversary of the Babri Masjid demolition on Tuesday.

The notice issued to the legislator stated that “you have posted the photo under objectionable caption targeting a particular community which is in violation of conditions imposed by the Honourable High Court.”

The police demanded a response to the notice within two days, failing which legal action would be taken.

It is worth noting that the High Court had recently set aside the PD Act against the legislator and released him.  It also requested that the legislator refrains from making any provocative statements against any religion or from posting any material on social media platforms.

The legislator was arrested and detained under the PD Act after making derogatory comments about Prophet Mohammed in a video.

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On the 30th anniversary of the Babri Masjid’s demolition in Ayodhya, the Hyderabad MP tweeted that the desecration and demolition of the Babri Masjid is a symbol of injustice.

“Those responsible for its destruction were never convicted. We will not forget it & we will ensure that future generations remember it too,” he wrote.

Dr Asma Zehra Tayeba, a woman activist and member of the All India Muslim Personal Law Board, also stated that the demolition of the Babri Masjid will be remembered forever.  “We shall not forget. And we will remember this day. ’Yaume Shahadat’. Masajid are centre markaz of Muslim community. Fall of Babri masjid and conditions of Muslims in last 30 yrs need introspection,” she tweeted.

Meanwhile, the anniversary of the demolition was peaceful in Hyderabad, amid tight police security.




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