Case registered against Mulayam for remarks on Ayodhya verdict
Meerut: A case was on Wednesday registered in a
local court here against Samajwadi Party Chief Mulayam Singh
Yadav accusing him of creating communal discord through his
remarks after the Allahabad High Court`s verdict on the
Ayodhya title suit.
President of the Hindu Maha Sabha`s Meerut-wing Ravi
Chauhan registered the case against Yadav under IPC Sec 153-A
(promoting enmity between different groups on grounds of
religion) for making a communally sensitive statement a day
after the verdict on the Ayodhya title suit was delivered on
The SP chief had said that he was disappointed after
the verdict as he felt the High Court had given priority to
"faith" over legal procedures and that the Muslim community
felt "cheated" by the verdict.
The case would come up for hearing on October 28.
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