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Another complaint filed against Asaduddin Owaisi on Ayodhya verdict remark

Mangalore Today News Network

Uttar Pradesh, Nov 15, 2019:  All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) president Asaduddin Owaisi has once again landed in trouble for his remarks on the Ayodhya verdict.



A complaint was registered against the AIMIM chief by a Hindu outfit named Akhand Aryavart Nirman Sangh in Kasganj district of Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh.

The complaint alleged that Owaisi had delivered inflammatory speeches following the Supreme Court’s judgment on Ayodhya that cleared the way for the construction of a Ram Temple at the disputed site in Ayodhya and granted separate 5-acre land to build a mosque.

Bhupesh Sharma, the president of the Sangh told India Today that when the top court pronounced its judgment on November 9, it was welcomed by people all over the country, but Owaisi and Sambhal MP Saqi Ur Rehman gave several objectionable statements to create an acrimonious atmosphere in the country.

"Owaisi and Saqi Ur Rehman’s statements were not only against humanity but also damaged the social fabric of the country. Such statements threaten the communal harmony of the country and the two MPs should be charged under National Security Act (NSA) for this crime," said the president.

Speaking on the same matter, social activist Amir Qureshi said people like Owaisi and Saqi Ur Rehman try to disrupt harmony in the country with such statements which creates a very unfortunate situation.

A similar complaint was filed against Owaisi on November 11 by Advocate Pawan Kumar over his remarks on the Ayodhya verdict.

After the verdict, Asaduddin Owaisi had said, "Like the Muslim Personal Law Board, we are not convinced with the decision. The Supreme Court may be supreme but it is not infallible. Those who demolished the Babri Masjid have been given the task of building a Ram temple by building trust."

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