Hate speech in Dharma Sansad, Now Supreme Court to hear

New Delhi: The Supreme Court is set to hear the hate spit case at the Parliament of Religions in Haridwar. Veteran Congress leader and Kapil Sibal had moved the Supreme Court over the issue. Sibal said in court that the issue is extremely dangerous. The Supreme Court said CIJ NV Ramanna said, "We will hear it."  In fact, the Dharma Sansad was held from December 17 to 19 at Ved Niketan in Khadakhadi, Haridwar, accusing the saints of giving hate speeches.

The video of the Parliament of Religions went viral on social media. There is also a lot of excitement all over the country about it. Haridwar police had also registered a case against Jitendra Narayan Tyagi (formerly Wasim Rizvi) and others in the case. Kapil Sibal said in the apex court that an FIR has been registered in the case but no action has been taken. No one has been arrested yet. This case is quite dangerous. We will appeal to the Supreme Court for a hearing in the case. On this CJI said, we will hear this case.

On the other hand, DIG KS Naganyal of Garhwal in Uttarakhand has said that an SIT has been constituted to examine the recent Dharma Sansad in Haridwar. This religion was allegedly used abusive language by some participants in parliament. A five-member Special Investigation Team (SIT) has been constituted to investigate the case.

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