Kejriwal govt sanctions prosecution of Subramanian Swamy for alleged ‘inflammatory’ article


Delhi government has reportedly sanctioned the prosecution of BJP leader Subramanian Swamy in connection with a case of writing an allegedly “inflammatory” article in a Mumbai daily in 2011.

Quoting sources PTI reported that the file on the issue had already been sent to Lt Governor Najeeb Jung for his approval.

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Delhi government’s Home Department reportedly concluded that Swamy, by publishing the alleged article, had committed an act of “gross impropriety” and have tried to “break the secular fabric of India culture”.

Sanction was also given against four others in connection with the case which was filed against Swamy in October 2011 by the Crime Branch of Delhi Police on a complaint from the National Commission for Minorities, for writing in July that year that alleged inflammatory article, which a complaint said was “intended to spread communal enmity”.

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“The matter was further referred to Law Department who after examining the matter has opined that by publishing the attempt had been made out to promote disharmony, ill-will and enmity between different religious groups.” PTI report added.

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  1. In 2011, AAP didn’t exist. Now isn’t this to appease Kejriwal’s minority voters or some sort of vendetta? Why does AAP government has to get involved in everything happening elsewhere. Someone needs to remind them that they have won Delhi assembly election not nationwide mandate.


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