Earlier, Singh made inflammatory speeches against Muslims at different places in Maharashtra where several cases were filed against him. The matter went to the Supreme Court which ordered that the police should take suo moto action on hate speeches
NEW DELHI — Suspended Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader and MLA from Telangana, T. Raja Singh, has been booked in Rajasthan for making an inflammatory speech against Muslims.
The firebrand Hindutva protagonist Singh, who faces multiple cases for making hate speeches, referred to Muslims as “najayez aulad (illegitimate progeny) of Akbar” and talked about slaughtering them.
Singh delivered the provocative speech at Kunhadi Circle in Kota on Monday while addressing an event on the occasion of Maharana Pratap’s birth anniversary, media reports said.
The Kunhadi police station in Kota registered a case against him under Section 153-A (promoting enmity between different groups on grounds of religion, race, place of birth, residence, language, etc) and Section 298 (uttering words with deliberate intent to wound the religious feelings of any person) of the Indian Penal Code.
Additional Superintendent of Police (ASP) Shankarlal Meena has informed that the case has been handed over to the CID’s crime branch for further investigations, reports said.
Addressing a huge gathering, Singh said that “At that time, there was only one Akbar. Today, you will find the illegitimate progeny of Akbar at every nook and corner. We don’t want to fight anyone. But if they look at our women and cow mother, we will teach them in the language which they understand”.
He also referred to Muslims as “puncture wala” (puncture mechanic) saying that their population was increasing. He urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to bring in a law against population growth to control “their numbers from multiplying”.
Singh talked about making India a ‘Hindu nation’ under the leadership of Bageshwar Dham and urged his supporters to watch the movie ‘The Kerala Story’ along with their families.
Bageshwar Dham is the peethadhish (head) of the Bageshwar Dham Sarkar, a Hindu pilgrimage site in the Chhatarpur district of Madhya Pradesh. His original name is Dhirendra Krishna Shastri.
“Hindu women are under threat not just from Abdul but also people who wear black clothes,” he said.
“Whether it is Abdul and Aaftab, they all learn about Jihad from a single book,” he added.
He incited his supporters to fight with Muslims the way Maharana Pratap Singh fought with Akbar.
Singh also urged his supporters to teach a lesson to the internal enemies of the country.
Last month, a case was filed against Singh for his controversial remarks during a Ram Navami rally in Hyderabad. Afzalgunj Police had booked the suspended BJP MLA under Sections 153-A and 506 of the Indian Penal Code.
Earlier, Singh made inflammatory speeches against Muslims at different places in Maharashtra where several cases were filed against him. The matter went to the Supreme Court which ordered that the police should take suo moto action on hate speeches.
Last week, VHP leader Sadhvi Prachi has been booked by Jaipur police for making hate speeches in the city during the screening of the controversial movie ‘The Kerala Story’.