Mahua Moitra calls Delhi Police ‘spineless’ after Munawar Faruqui present cancelled | Newest Information India


Trinamool Lok Sabha MP Mahua Moitra known as the Delhi Police ‘spineless’ reacting to experiences that it has not given permission to an occasion that includes comic Munawar Faruqui, initially scheduled to be held on August 28. Invoking Mahatma Gandhi and the 75 years of India’s independence, the Lok Sabha MP stated, “Gandhiji stated, ‘I don’t need my home to be walled in on all sides and my home windows to be stuffed’. Is India@75’s communal concord so fragile as we speak that it’s disrupted by comedy present?”

The licensing unit of the Delhi Police denied the permission after VHP wrote a letter to the Delhi Police objecting to the occasion and warning of protests. The central district police submitted a report stating that Munawar Faruqui’s present will “have an effect on communal concord within the space”.

Munawar Faruqui is once more within the information as his latest present in Hyderabad led to a political slugfest involving the suspension of Telangana BJP chief T Raja Singh. Forward of Munawar Faruqui’s Hyderabad present on August 20, the BJP chief issued a warning that he’ll burn down the venue if Munawar is allowed his present in Hyderabad. Whereas Munawar’s ‘Dongri to Nowhere’ was held peacefully amid tight safety, Raja Singh launched a video the following day by which he made blasphemous feedback in regards to the Prophet. This triggered stress in Hyderabad with AIMIM protesting his feedback and demanding his arrest. On Tuesday, he was arrested however bought bail and launched one other video saying that he’ll reply to the insult of the Hindus in the identical language. On Thursday, he was arrested. In the meantime, the get together has suspended him for his feedback on the Prophet.

Earlier than Munawar’s Hyderabad present, his present in Bengaluru was cancelled following the objection of Hindu teams, although the comic cited well being causes for the cancellation. In 2021, Munawar was arrested from a present in Madhya Pradesh on costs of insulting Hindu gods in his jokes.






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