Case lodged against Hindu Mahasabha leader for announcing construction of 'Godse temple'
A case has been registered against a leader of Akhil Bharatiya Hindu Mahasabha for announcing the construction of Godse's statue.
Meerut: A case has been registered against a leader of Akhil Bharatiya Hindu Mahasabha for allegedly making objectionable remarks and announcing that a "temple" dedicated to Mahatma Gandhi's assassin Nathuram Godse will be constructed here, police said on Friday.
The case has been registered against national general secretary of Akhil Bharatiya Hindu Mahasabha Acharya Madan under IPC Section 504 (insulting another person with intention to provoke breach of peace) and Section 505 (1) (making, publishing or circulating rumours) at the Brahampuri police station, SP (City) Om Prakash said.
According to the SP, on Wednesday, at the office of Akhil Bharatiya Hindu Mahasabha on Sharda Road in Brahampuri area, it was announced that a "statue" of Godse will be placed on 30 January for the construction of a "temple" dedicated to him.
On the occasion, Acharya Madan had allegedly made objectionable remarks against Mahatama Gandhi and Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the SP said.
He had also claimed that Meerut will have the country's first "temple" dedicated to Nathuram Godse, the SP said.
The outfit had on Wednesday performed a ceremony here for construction of the "temple", following which the district administration had ordered a probe yesterday.
AG Perarivalan, an LTTE sympathiser, has served over 30 years in jail for buying the two nine-volt batteries that were used in the suicide-bombing belt in the Rajiv Gandhi assassination of 1991
Article 142 gives the apex court wide-ranging powers to act in order to achieve “complete justice” in any matter. This is relevant because the mercy plea of AG Perarivalan, who spent 31 years in prison, was pending before a long time
AG Perarivalan was sentenced to death for his role in the 1991 assassination of Rajiv Gandhi. He was 19 when charged for buying the two nine-volt batteries that were used in the suicide-bombing belt