Moradabad, Uttar Pradesh:
Former Uttar Pradesh Governor Aziz Qureshi was once on Wednesday booked for his “provocative” speech all the way through an anti-CAA protest meet held in Moradabad on February 22.
“The previous Uttar Pradesh Governor Aziz Qureshi participated in an anti-CAA protest meet on the Idgah Maidan in Moradabad on February 22. He addressed the collection there. For turning in a provocative speech and stoking feelings, a case has been registered towards him beneath related sections of the Indian Penal Code on the Galshaheed police station,” senior Moradabad police Amit Kumar Anand mentioned.
Previous, Mr Qureshi had mentioned that High Minister Narendra Modi and House Minister Amit Shah don’t have any proper to discriminate at the foundation of faith, which is unconstitutional.
“Mahatma Gandhi and Jawahar Lal Nehru antagonistic the theory of Hindu India after the partition of the rustic. These days, High Minister Narendra Modi and House Minister Amit Shah don’t have any proper to discriminate at the foundation of faith as it’s unconstitutional. They’re working towards divisive insurance policies and making detention camps,” Mr Qureshi mentioned whilst addressing a meeting at an anti-CAA protest on February 22.
“I need to inform PM Modi and Shah to take a look at historical past. They are going to follow that Muslims have made sacrifices for the rustic up to now 1,200 years. Within the first warfare of Independence in 1857, a number of Muslims sacrificed their lives for the rustic,” he added.
The Citizenship Modification Act (CAA) grants citizenship to Hindu, Sikh, Jain, Parsi, Buddhist, and Christian refugees from Pakistan, Afghanistan and Bangladesh, who got here to India on or sooner than December 31, 2014.