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Raja Singh threatens violence against Munawar Faruqui’s Show in Hyderabad

The BJP’s Goshamahal legislator T Raja Singh has once again threatened violence if stand-up comedian Munawar Faruqui is permitted to perform in the city on August 21.

The venue of the show was announced in a video message on Wednesday, and Raja Singh invited his karyakarthas (party workers) to buy tickets online. It is clear to all of you what you must do after purchasing a ticket. “Remember the venue,” he said.

As for the MLA, he claims he does not have a bias against any particular community, Muslim, or religious group. As a response, he added, “If anybody makes derogatory comments about the Prophet Mohammed, all of you will burst into flames and commit arson.”. “You consider your religious figures more important than our community deities.”

Following his call to boycott Munawar Faruqui, he pointed out the recent negative comments he had received from Muslims.

As part of Raja Singh’s comments, Telangana’s Minister for Information Technology KT Rama Rao, should change his name to KT Munawar Faruqui and convert to Islam. According to a video that surfaced on social media earlier this week, Goshamahal MLA threatened to “show the power of the Hindu community” in Telangana and Hyderabad.

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It has been reported that Munawar Faruqui is still planning to perform in Hyderabad. Okay, host him. What is your plan for hosting him? Where is the theatre located? Where is it? We will stop it wherever you organize it and teach Munawar Faruqui a lesson,” Raja Singh threatened.

As a result of abusing our Lord Ram and Sita, we will show him the consequences. “We’ll show him the power of Hinduism in Hyderabad and Telangana,” Singh said.

After receiving an open invitation from KTR, the comedian announced he would perform in Hyderabad in January. As a result of an increase in COVID-19 cases in Telangana, his show was canceled.

In December last year, stand-up comedians Munawar Faruqui and Kunal Kamra’s Bengaluru shows were canceled due to threats from Hindutva groups.




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