Jaipur: In a rally, organised in Malpura town in protest against Hindu Mahasabha activist Kamlesh Tiwari's alleged derogatory remarks, several people from the Muslim community were found raising pro-Islamic State slogans.
"During the rally, which started from a mosque and passed through the town, some people shouted slogans favouring the terror organisation ISIS," SP Tonk Deepak Kumar was quoted as saying by PTI.
On the basis of video footage recovered, the police has identified five accused.
An FIR was lodged on Saturday with Malpura police station against the identified as well as unidentified persons for shouting 'ISIS Zindabad' under section 153 (A) of IPC.
The SP also alleges that pro-Pakistan slogans were also heard.
Tiwari is facing flak from Muslims for allegedly making derogatory remarks against Prophet Muhammad.
About one lakh Muslims protesters gathered in Muzaffarnagar and demanded death penalty for Tiwari.
(With PTI inputs)