Hyderabad Activist Lodges Complaint against Pragya Thakur for Hate Speech


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HYDERABAD – Noted social activist Khalida Parveen, who is based in the city, lodged a complaint against Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MP and terror accused Sadhvi Pragya on Wednesday with regard to her hate speech against the Muslim community.

Parveen lodged her complaint with Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP) for Cyber Crime G Sridhar. She took to Twitter to inform about the complaint given to the city police.

“She should be sent back to jail cancelling her bail. BJP should suspend her,” said Praveen.

On December 25 in Karnataka’s Shivmoga district, Pragya incited people to “keep weapons at home” in case they had to “cut enemy’s head”.

Addressing Hindu Jagrana Vedike’s annual convention Pragya remarked, “Keep weapons in your homes. At least keep the knives used to cut vegetables sharp. Don’t know what situation will arise when. Everyone has the right to self-protection. If someone infiltrates our house and attacks us, it is our right to respond to them. Just like how knives cut vegetables, it will also chop mouths and heads.”

The enemies was an obvious reference to Muslims. The MP has been known to make speeches against Muslims and favouring a staunch Hindu right-wing approach. At the event, Pragya also spoke against “love-jihad” claiming that Hindus had to “protect your girls and teach them values.”

“Love jihad. They have a tradition of jihad. If they get nothing, they will do love jihad. Even if they love, they do jihad in that. We (Hindus) too love. We love god. A sanyasi loves god. But a sanyasi says, in this world created by god, end all oppressors, wrong-doers, sinners, or else, the true definition of love will not survive here. So answer those involved in love jihad the same way,” she said.


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