Police Case Over Hate Slogans At Gurgaon Rally Against Udaipur Killing

Police case over hatred slogan at Gurgaon rally for Udaipur murder

Two days after a rally in Gurgaon, Haryana, demanding rigorous action against the murderers of Udaipur tailor Kanhaiyaral, police today used abusive language against certain communities to raise hostility between the two groups. I have filed a proceeding against the organizer of the promoting slogan. The incident took place on Wednesday during a rally hosted by Vishva Hindu Parishad and Bajulandal, and the first Information Report (FIR) was registered in Sections 116, 153A, 295A, 34, 504 of the Indian Criminal Code.

At a rally of about 80 people who gathered in Nehru Park around 5 pm and marched towards the Sadar Bazaar, protesters burned a portrait of the “Islamic Jihad” and put up a provocative slogan against the Islamic community. rice field.

Police said they took action on their own after the rally video became a hot topic on social media.