Case Filed Against Akbaruddin Owaisi for alleged Hate speech

AIMIM MLA Akbaruddin Owaisi who is known as a fierce speaker landed in a new controversy. It has been reported that the chief magistrate court of Hyderabad has directed the Saidabad Police to register a case against Owaisi for alleged hate speech at a public meeting held at Karimnagar in July 2019.

According to the reports, K. Karunasagar, an advocate who belongs to Hyderabad has filed a petition before the court issued orders, alleging that Akbaruddin Owaisi, who represents Chandrayangutta constituency delivered a hate speech on July 23 at a public meeting Jalsa-e-Yaade Fakhr-e-Millat (A.R)' held at the N.N. Garden function hall in Karimnagar.

Reportedly, Karunasagar filed a complaint with the Saidabad police on July 26, but the police did not register a case against Owaisi.

Karunasagar alleged that Akbaruddin intentionally made a hate speech to promote enmity between Hindus and Muslims.

Following the petition filed by Karunasagar, the court has directed the Saidabad police to register a case against the MLA and submit a report on this to the court without fail by December 23.

Malakpet, ACP, N.Venkata Ramana said, 'We are yet to receive orders from the court. But we will look into the matter and proceed accordingly.'
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