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Raja Singh booked by Mangalhat police for making derogatory remarks

The Mangalhat police have booked a case against suspended BJP MLA T. Raja Singh for making derogatory comments on Facebook, in violation of the conditions imposed by the Telangana High Court last month.

The cops had previously served Singh with a show cause notice demanding an explanation. However, because the explanation was insufficient, they proceeded to file a case.

The police have asked the legislator to explain why no action can be taken against him for violating the High Court’s conditions. They had given the MLA two days to respond.

The notice states that the Preventive Detention (PD) Act was used against Raja Singh for delivering provocative and inflammatory speeches habitually.

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The High Court imposed conditions while setting aside the police order invoking the PD Act.

Meanwhile, the MLA claimed he had not made any derogatory remarks and claimed that it was the power misuse by the police.

Raja Singh’s objectionable remarks about Prophet Mohammed sparked outrage in Hyderabad and Telangana, with many youngsters protesting against him. The MLA has 101 cases filed against him, 18 of which are for communal disturbances. His comments were made in retaliation for the state government permitting comedian Munawar Faruqui to perform at Shilpakala Vedika in Hyderabad.

The police investigated the possibility of invoking the PD Act against Raja Singh, which did not mandate his appearance in court. As things were getting out of hand, Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao called a high-level meeting and ordered the police to initiate tough action. Police officials discussed all options at an internal meeting and considered invoking the PD Act as a super available option.

The entire situation was deteriorating at the time as a significant number of protestors were continuing to protest against him on the roads.





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