Consider the applying to take away the top of the Delhi Minorities Commission: High Court

by Jeremy Spirogis
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new Delhi: The Delhi High Court on Friday requested the authorities to contemplate the applying of an individual who has demanded the elimination of Delhi Minorities Commission chairman Zafarul Islam Khan for his alleged 'inflammatory and threatening statements' towards the Hindu neighborhood. Line is not going to need to be put in to purchase liquor in Delhi, understand how e-token system will allow you to

Lawyers showing within the case mentioned that Justice Anu Malhotra took cognizance of the affidavit and disposed of the petition. The petition of Manoranjan Kumar, a resident of Delhi, claimed that the chairman of the fee posted an announcement on his Facebook account on 28 April by which he described the Hindu neighborhood as 'fanatical in direction of Hindutva'. <! –

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The petition additionally demanded registration of an FIR towards Khan for inflammatory statements. Minority Commission chief Zafarul Islam's assertion – Delhi Police will give written cooperation solely, in any other case it is not going to.

Delhi authorities lawyer Rahul Mehra and legal professionals Richa Kapoor and Chaitanya Gosain informed the court docket that the Delhi Police had filed an FIR within the case. The lawyer mentioned that the court docket has directed the officers to contemplate the petitioner's utility.

The petition filed by way of advocate Siddharth Acharya additionally alleged that Khan, in his assertion, warned the Hindu neighborhood of dire penalties. The petition has demanded his elimination from the post of the Chairman of the Commission.

The petition mentioned, "… he (Khan) misused the position of the Chairman of the Commission and his continuation in office is harmful to the interests of the minorities and the general public." It additionally alleged that Khan gave statements with the intention of communal rigidity.

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