After Genocide Call, Haridwar Hate Mongers File Complaint against Prophet, Quran


Hindutva monks submiting complaint with police

Waquar Hasan | Clarion India

NEW DELHI – After giving genocide calls at Haridwar’s Dharma Sansad, all the Hindutva hate mongers who delivered venomous speeches against Muslims have gone overboard when they registered a bizarre complaint with the police. The complaint makes out a case of murder conspiracy against the Holy Quran, Prophet Mohammed (peace be upon him), three caliphs of Islam, imam of a city mosque and unknown Muslims.

In the complaint lodged at the Hardiwar police station on Tuesday, the hate brigade claimed that the Quran regards the idol-worshipers like themselves as “kafirs” (infidels) and calls on Muslims to kill them. They wanted a FIR registered against the Holy Prophet, Abu Bakar, Osman and Omar, the preeminent caliphs in the Islamic order, under the Indian Penal Code (IPC) because they all upheld the Quran as ‘book of Allah’.

They also wanted a FIR against the Haridwar imam and unknown Muslims for propagating the message of the Quran.

Among the complainants are Hindu Raksha Sena’s Prabodhanand Giri, organiser of the “dharma sansad”, firebrand Hindutva hardliners, Yati Narasimhanand, Pooja Shakun Pandey aka “Sadhvi Annapurna”, Anand Swaroop, head of a religious body named Shankaracharya Parishad, and Waseem Rizwi alias Jitendra Narayan Tyagi, who recently converted to Hinduism.

Three of the complainants have already been booked by Uttarakhand Police for their hate-filled speeches at the Dharam Sansad held during 17-19 December openly calling for killing of Muslims. However, the police are yet to name rest of the hate speakers in the FIR and take action against them.

A video surfaced on the social media showed the hate mongers handing their complaint to a police officer in a jolly good mood. While submitting their complaint, Narsinganand blurted out that the police were by their side.

The Hindutva hardliners came up with the complaint after a meeting of the core committee of the Dharm Sansad held in the city’s Shambhvi Dham in the wake of the outrage over their speeches. During the meeting, it was decided that the next Dharam Sansad will be held in Aligarh on January 22-23 and in Kurukashetra on 12 February.

Four resolutions were passed at the meeting. They are:
1. Remain united against “jihadi” forces and continue the campaign until the entire world is freed from jihad.
2. Interact with those opposed to the ‘dharm sansad’ and convince about their programmes.
3. Haridwar will be the headquarters of the campaign.
4. The state government will be responsible for the security of 21 members of the core committee.

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