Waseem Rizvi alias Jitendra Narayan Tyagi, who converted to Hinduism, arrested

Waseem Rizvi

Haridwar: Haridwar. The big news of this time is coming out. Wasim Rizvi alias Jitendra Narayan Tyagi has been arrested in Haridwar Hate Speech Case. Haridwar police arrested him from Narsan border. He gave a provocative speech in the Parliament of Religions. A case has been registered in Haridwar Nagar Kotwali for giving an inflammatory speech against Jitendra Narayan Tyagi. SIT is investigating this matter. Let us inform you that a case is also registered against 4 other people for giving inflammatory speeches. Jitendra Narayan Tyagi alias Waseem Rizvi has also been the chairman of the Shia Waqf Board.

The case of Haridwar hates speech has also reached the Supreme Court. In this case, the top court has issued notice to the Uttarakhand government in Haridwar and Delhi for allegedly spreading hate speech and has sought a response within 10 days. The Supreme Court has given this order on a petition seeking a direction to ensure investigation and action against people giving hate speech. Subsequently, the Special Investigation Team (SIT) set up by the Uttarakhand Police recorded the statements of two named accused and at least 12 witnesses in its ongoing investigation.

Waseem Rizvi

SIT is investigating
SIT has also been constituted to investigate the matter. According to media reports, a police officer included in the Special Investigation Team said that two out of the five accused have been questioned so far in the hate speech case. His statement was recorded on Wednesday. Apart from this, the SIT has also recorded the statements of 12 more people as witnesses, including the complainants of the case. Police will soon interrogate the remaining three other accused.

What is Haridwar hate speech case?
Dharma Sansad was organized in Haridwar. Videos of controversial speeches of saints and saints regarding Hindutva and Muslims in this religious parliament went viral on social media. In these videos, saints and religious leaders have given statements like taking up arms to protect religion, not allowing Muslims to become prime ministers, not allowing the Muslim population to grow, and giving up copy-books.