Kajal’s bail plea reserved in Una inflammatory speech case > Mumbai Samachar

by Ana Lopez

Gir Somnath: A court in Gujarat’s Gir Somnath district on Tuesday reserved the bail plea of ​​right-wing activist Kajal Hindustani. He had applied for bail in the case of inciting communal clashes due to his alleged inflammatory speech in Una town on the occasion of Ram Navami, which was heard by Special Sessions Judge R. like this. Asodia dated It has been reserved for April 13, said Special Public Prosecutor Moham Gohel.
Gohel said, Karmsheel dated His inflammatory speech on the occasion of Ram Navami on March 30 hurt the sentiments of the Muslim community and The state government had opposed the bail application saying that communal clashes had taken place on April 1. Dt. After he surrendered on April 9, the Special Chief Judicial Magistrate canceled his bail plea and ordered him to be remanded in judicial custody for 14 days. Police registered a complaint against Hindustani under Sections 153 (incitement with intent to riot) and 295-A (intentionally malicious act with intent to inflame religious sentiments) of the Indian Penal Code against Hindustani after clashes and stone-pelting incidents broke out between the two communal communities on April 1. Notably, Hindustani describes himself as an entrepreneur, research analyst, debater, social activist and nationalist in his Twitter bio and a proud Indian. He has 92,000 followers including well-known dignitaries. The police have arrested 96 people and lodged an FIR against 76 people and registered a complaint under various sections against a mob of 200 people.

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