Congress MLA Kamalaksha Dey Purkayastha lodged a police towards Assam Lok Sabha MP and All India United Democratic Entrance (AIUDF) chief Maulana Badruddin Ajmal for allegedly hurting emotions of Hindus after his controversial beef comment.
Badruddin Ajmal, who can also be the president of the Assam State Jamiat Ulama (ASJU) – an organisation of Islamic students belonging to the Deobandi faculty of thought in India – had claimed that Mr Purkayastha secretly ate beef.
The case was filed underneath Sections 153 (giving provocation with conducing to public mischief), and 295 (injuring or defiling place of worship with intent to insult the faith of any class) of the IPC at Karimganj Sadar police station.
Within the FIR, the Congress legislator talked about that Badruddin Ajmal was making an attempt to fan communal riots among the many communities utilizing controversial remarks.
“Cows are worshiped in Hinduism. In Hinduism, consuming beef is taken into account a sin. Badruddin Ajmal has damage the emotions of your complete Hindu group by saying this. Such remarks by MP Ajmal may provoke and destroy communal concord. Such a persuasive assertion by the chief of a political celebration can result in communal riots,” the FIR learn.
Earlier, Badruddin Ajmal reiterated his attraction to Muslims of Assam to not sacrifice cows throughout this week’s Eid-ul-Adha, “respecting the emotions” of Hindus.
“Few from RSS (Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh) need to finish Hindustan by making an attempt to make Hindu Raj. Hindu Raj won’t ever be a actuality even of their desires. They can not break the unity between Muslims and Hindus on this nation. You’ll not die should you do not eat cows for at some point on Eid. Reasonably, we rejoice it with Hindu bhais. Our forefathers have been all Hindus. They got here to Islam as a result of it has particular qualities. That’s to respect the emotions of different religions,” Mr Ajmal stated.
“Nevertheless, India is a rustic of individuals of numerous communities, ethnic teams and religions. Most inhabitants of India profess the Sanatan religion, which treats the cow as a holy animal,” he added.
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