FIR registered against Javed Akhtar over his statement on Taliban and RSS

Mumbai: Music Composer Javed Akhtar is often in controversies. Once again something similar has happened. In fact, in the past, Javed Akhtar made a statement against the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS), after which he is now caught in a legal tangle. An FIR has been registered for his statements against the RSS. An FIR has been lodged against Javed Akhtar on Monday.

In fact, Santosh Dubey, a Mumbai lawyer, has lodged a FIR against Javed Akhtar at Mulund police station. Javed Akhtar, in an interview last month, made a statement against the Sangh comparing the Sangh to the Taliban and also made a statement on Hindu extremism. Following his statement, the lawyer has now lodged an FIR against him. The lawyer told the media, "I had earlier sent a legal notice to Javed Akhtar and asked him to apologize for his remarks, but he failed to do so. Now, a FIR has been registered against them on my complaint.''

Earlier, advocate Santosh Dubey had claimed that if Javed Akhtar failed to respond within seven days of seeking an "unconditional written apology" and receiving the notice, he would file a criminal case against him asking him for Rs 100 crore as damages. The lawyer claimed that by making such statements, Javed Akhtar committed the crime under Sections 499 (Defamation) and 500 (Defamation Punishment) of the Indian Penal Code.

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