While the Hyderabad police received a complaint against VHP's international working president Praveen Togadia in connection with an alleged "hate speech" he made in Indore last month, a chief judicial magistrate's court in Damoh, Madhya Pradesh, took notice of a private complaint filed by a local Youth Congress leader against Togadia for "creating hatred between two communities on January 24".
In Hyderabad, businessman Mohammed Arashad of Baba Nagar lodged a complaint against Togadia at the Kanchanbagh police station Monday night, alleging that he had made a "hate speech" against Muslims in Indore.
"The complainant alleged that Togadia, in his speech in Indore a few weeks ago, used foul language while referring to the Muslims and made several derogatory comments. He requested us to take appropriate action," Kanchanbagh inspector Syed Jahangir said.
------Courtesy: Times Of India