Published On: Mon, Apr 7th, 2014


Now it is  Amit Shah who has been booked on Sunday by the Bijnore
district administration for allegedly inciting the public by a
controversial “revenge” remark during a speech in Uttar Pradesh.  A
case has been lodged under various sections of the IPC and the
Representation of People’s Act by the district magistrate regarding
some objectionable part in Shah’s speech. The BJP slammed the FIR
against Shah and said it not bona fide and motivated by vote-bank
Earlier on Sunday, the Uttar Pradesh chief electoral officer sought
reports and CD of the alleged hate speech of Shah.  The BJP leader in
a recent election meeting in Muzaffarnagar  said: “… This election
is about voting out the government that protects and gives
compensation to those who killed jats. It is about badla (revenge) and
protecting izzat (honour).”  He was accompanied by BJP legislator
Suresh Rana, who was an accused in the Muzaffarnagar riots in which
over 60 people, mostly Muslims, had died, while thousands were
rendered homeless.
Attacking Shah for his “provocative hate speech”, Congress complained
to the Election Commission on Saturday.  The Congress, in its
complaint to the poll panel, quoted a  report, which said that Shah
had made a “provocative hate speech” in a Muzaffarnagar village “to
cause animosity between two communities, where communal violence had
taken place recently and a large number of innocent persons were
brutally killed”.
The Congress sought his arrest and asked for banning him from
campaigning for “creating animosity between communities” in western
Uttar Pradesh.  But the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has defended
Shah, saying they see “nothing wrong in his remark”.

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