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Tuesday, October 4, 2022

Hindu leader who filed case against AIMPLB gets ‘sar tan se juda’ threat letter with live cartridges

Hindu Shakti Dal’s national President Simran Gupta has lodged an FIR with the Delhi Police for receiving a death threat for reportedly filing applications against unknown and known persons who have threatened right-wing activists.

Gupta, who lives in Delhi’s Rohini area, received a threat letter, in which the sender also sent him live cartridges. It was allegedly written in the letter that his head will be cut off (“sar tan se juda”).

DCP, Rohini, Pranav Tayal told IANS that an FIR was lodged with K.N. Katju Marg Police Station, but however, denied that the slogan of “sar tan se juda” was made.

“The sender has threatened him of dire consequences. It has been mentioned that the sender knows about his family and can attack. But ‘sar tan se juda’ line was not mentioned,” he said.

Gupta has lodged applications before a Noida court against the All India Muslim Personal Law Board and other Muslim leaders and organisations over various issues.

The police said that a team was formed and they were looking into the matter.

(The story has been published via a syndicated feed with a modified headline.)

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2 COMMENTS

  1. Secularism cannot be biased, NO personal law to any faith including Muslims, same with missionaries all indians are equal…. Hyderabad Owaisi Bros to be arrested for instigating violence on religious lines…Jharkhand the jihadis to be encountered or people to burn them alive…CM Hemant is a converted missionary..

  2. How can a Govt. tolerate a ‘killing’ slogan? It’s a direct threat to India’s democracy. A decade ago this type violent outcry was not there in India. People should be relgious minded, openhearted and transparent and should respect the people of other religions. Remember hate begets hate, no peace, friendship and co-existence.

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