Delhi Police gave a big blow to Owaisi in the provocative speech case

New Delhi: After registering an FIR against All India Majlis-e-Ittehad-ul Muslimeen (AIMIM) chief Asaduddin Owaisi for his provocative statements, his political party has suffered another setback. On Thursday, 30 AIMIM activists arrested after a protest outside the Sansad Marg police station in New Delhi district have been detained by the Delhi Police. They have started obstructing official work, have been detained under sections related to rioting by joining the crowd and assembling for criminal act.

According to reports, these workers have started sloganeering and ruckus outside the police station in protest against the controversial statement given by Nupur Sharma, who was recently expelled from BJP. Meanwhile, the matter of FIR against Owaisi was also heard to be heard. All the activists have been detained by the police. New Delhi Deputy Commissioner of Police Amrit Guguloth said that 30 protesters have been detained under various sections of the Indian Penal Code.

Let us inform that the Special Cell of Delhi Police has made public on internet media against former BJP spokespersons Nupur Sharma and Naveen Jindal, AIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi, Yeti Narasimhanand, Shadab Chauhan, Saba Naqvi, Maulana Mufti Nadeem, Abdur Rehman, Gulzar Ansari and others. FIRs have been registered for disturbing the peace and posting and sharing inflammatory messages. Let us inform here that Nupur Sharma, a suspended leader from BJP, was also accused of allegedly making objectionable remarks on Prophet Mohammad. Due to which there was a lot of ruckus after Friday prayers in a dozen states including Delhi, UP. Apart from Prayagraj district of Uttar Pradesh, there was a lot of ruckus amidst violent demonstrations in West Bengal and Jharkhand. Many people were injured in this.

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