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Samajwadi Social gathering (SP) chief Swami Prasad Maurya is taken into account a distinguished OBC chief in Uttar Pradesh. (File picture: PTI)
Maurya, who is taken into account a distinguished OBC chief in Uttar Pradesh, stated sure parts of the Ramcharitmanas “insult” a big part of society on the idea of caste and demanded that these be “banned”
An FIR was registered towards Samajwadi Social gathering chief Swami Prasad Maurya on Tuesday over his controversial remarks on ‘Ramcharitmanas’, police stated.
“A case has been registered towards Swami Prasad Maurya on the Hazratganj police station for allegedly outraging non secular emotions together with his latest remarks on Ramcharitmanas,” a police officer stated.
The FIR was registered following a grievance by Shivendra Mishra, a resident of Aishbagh locality within the Bazar Khala space of Uttar Pradesh, he stated.
The case was lodged beneath related sections of IPC, together with 295A (deliberate and malicious acts supposed to outrage non secular emotions of any class by insulting its faith or non secular beliefs), 298 (deliberate intention of wounding non secular emotions), 504 (intentional insult with intent to impress breach of peace) and 153 A (wanton vilification or assaults upon the faith, race, fatherland, residence, and many others), police stated.
In the meantime, Lette Hanuman Temple, the place the statue of Lord Hanuman is in a mendacity place, within the state capital has banned the entry of the Samajwadi Social gathering chief.
A banner saying “Adharmi Swami Prasad Maurya ka mandir me pravesh varjit” (entry of Swami Prasad Maurya contained in the temple is banned) has been put up outdoors the temple.
Maurya kicked up an issue by alleging that sure verses of the Ramcharitmanas promoted social discrimination.
Maurya, who is taken into account a distinguished OBC chief in Uttar Pradesh, stated sure parts of the Ramcharitmanas “insult” a big part of society on the idea of caste and demanded that these be “banned”.
Ramcharitmanas, an epic poem within the Awadhi language, relies on the Ramayana and has been composed by 16th-century Indian bhakti poet Tulsidas.
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