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Muslim Inspector suspended for arresting RSS worker for posting blasphemous message against Islam


Bhopal: Cases have been registered in Bhopal against Mr. Zia-ul-Haq, Inspector of Police and seven other policemen for arresting Suresh Yadav, an activist of RSS from his office. It is alleged that Yadav had posted a blasphemous message against Islam on his watsapp. The Inspector was not only suspended but he was harassed also later.


On the contrary, prominent leaders of RSS and three ministers met Suresh Yadav and he was given VIP treatment. The duty conscious Muslim Inspector, Zia-ul-Haq and other seven police men were booked under the charges of raiding RSS office, attempt to murder, criminal threat and theft.


Zia-ul-Haq was suspended on 25th September. He said that he thought that the ego of RSS has been hurt but it seems RSS has been successful in establishing a precedent that in future no police official should be dare enough to touch any RSS worker.


Zia-ul-Haq was talking to an English Daily from an unknown place. He said that in his police station 90% of the staff belong to Hindus but only his religion was highlighted. Earlier, he was alleged that he supported a Muslim candidate in Municipal elections.


Narrating the events he said that on 24th September a few Muslims approached the police station and lodged a complaint against Yadav’s blasphemous message on watsapp. As a conscientious police officer he met the SP after which a team led by Mr. Rajesh Sharma, Addl. SP was sent. He denied that RSS worker was beaten up and he fell unconscious. Only a criminal case was registered against Yadav and nothing else was done.



–Siasat News

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