Shiv Sena frontman Sudhir Suri arrested for violating religious feelings: The Tribune India
Tribune press service
Amritsar, July 7
Shiv Sena leader Sudhir Suri was arrested for using offensive language against a particular community and provoking religious sentiments.
Suri had posted a video in which he and some of his associates were seen using objectionable words against the community.
SGPC member Bhai Manjit Singh and Damdami Taksal leaders filed a police complaint yesterday against Suri, after which he was sentenced under IPC Articles 295A, 153A and 506 and Article 67B of the IT law.
Activist Bhupinder Singh has been arrested for using objectionable language against a particular community. He was arrested in Tarn Taran district and brought before a court in Amritsar before being sent to Gurdaspur prison.
SGPC Chairman Bibi Jagir Kaur said: âThe government should keep these people under control. “
It is reported that the head of Shiv Sena was sent to Ropar prison. Damdami Taksal’s Ranjit Singh demanded that Suri’s accomplices, including Arun Kumar Bhopa and others, be arrested quickly.
Meanwhile, activist Bhupinder Singh was also arrested for using objectionable language against a particular community. Bhupinder Singh was sent to Gurdaspur prison. He was arrested in the Tarn Taran district, brought before a court in Amritsar and sent to prison. He alleged that he was not allowed to meet with his family.
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