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Gujarat Cong leader seeks FIR against Raja Singh, Amit Shah


Ahmedabad: Gujarat Congress spokesperson Shaktisinh Gohil today filed a complaint with the police, seeking registration of FIR against Telangana BJP MLA T Raja Singh and BJP president Amit Shah for allegedly “spreading hatred” against the Dalits in the name of cow protection.

Gohil lodged a complaint at sector 21 police station in Gandhinagar, referring to Singh’s video on Facebook “defending” the flogging of Dalit youths at Una in Gujarat for allegedly killing a cow.

Police said they would investigate Gohil’s complaint.

Gohil alleges in the complaint that Singh, being the whip of the party in Telangana Assembly, had acted in connivance with Amit Shah.

“Singh posted a video on his Facebook page…In which he said that these Dalits killed a cow and were carrying beef. He even supported those who thrashed Dalits and hurled casteist abuse on them in the video,” the complaint says.

The video was made, “with the bad intention to create hatred towards Dalits” and “the statement is clearly against Dalits but it also intends to create disharmony among different communities and is thus a crime of sedition,” Gohil alleged.

He has sought FIR against Raja Singh and Amit Shah under the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Act, and for sedition under the IPC.


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