Hate speech: Akbaruddin Owaisi seeks time to appear before police
Hyderabad: Facing multiple charges for his hate speeches, Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen leader Akbaruddin Owaisi, UN agency came to Asian country from London on weekday morning, has sought-after four days time to look before the police.
Owaisi, UN agency is associate MIM MLA and leader of the party in Andhra Pradesh Assembly, has citied medical reasons in his plea for time.
He has been set-aside for delivering hate speeches against a selected community. The police seeks to record his statement in reference to cases registered against him.
Owaisi was reportedly undergoing treatment in London.
As a part of an extra probe into the 2 cases, notices were issued against Owaisi on Jan 04 and he was directed to look before police in Adilabad district on Jan 07, in addition because the Nizambad II city police on Jan 08.
Another notice was served to the MIM lawmaker by Osmania police asking him to look before it on Jan ten.
While 2 FIRs were registered suo motu at Adilabad and Nizamabad districts, a 3rd case was registered by Osmania University police, following a court directive once Owaisi allegedly used inflammatory language against a selected community last month.
Fresh complaints continued to pour in against Owaisi from Malkangiri and Vanasthalipuram, tho’ no cases are registered, police aforementioned.
Owaisi, UN agency represents Chandrayangutta Assembly body, has been set-aside beneath Section 153A (promoting enmity between completely different teams on grounds of religion) and Section 295A (deliberate and malicious acts meant to outrage non secular feelings) of IPC.
The MIM lawmaker has additionally been set-aside beneath Section 121 (waging or trying to wage war, or abetting waging of war, against the govt. of India) of IPC.
Meanwhile, TDP and BJP leaders command protests at varied places within the state, exacting action against Owaisi. TDP MLA Revant Reddy demanded that Owaisi be disqualified for his comments. Speaking at a protest, state BJP president G Kishan Reddy aforementioned that steps ought to be taken to make sure that Owaisi returns to Asian country to face the law.