The speakers at the “Dharm Sansad” or religious gathering in Delhi on Dec. 19 did not use hate speech against the Muslim community, the Delhi police said.
“In-depth examination of the video and other material revealed that no hate speech was being expressed against any community. Therefore, after investigation and evaluation of the alleged video clip, it was concluded that the alleged speech did not contain hate speech against any particular community,” the police informed. of Delhi Supreme Court.
Based on the investigations, all complaints filed about the event have been closed, it further said.
In its affidavit filed with the Supreme Court, Delhi Police also questioned the petitioners for moving the Supreme Court without first approaching the police.
On January 12, the Uttarakhand government, the central government and the Delhi police were ordered by the Supreme Court to respond to a petition on the “Dharma Sansad” hate speech case.
The court heard a petition from former Patna High Court judge Justice Anjana Prakash and journalist Qurban Ali
The plea argued that between 17 and 19 December 2021, at two separate events organized in Delhi (by the Hindu Yuva Vahini) and Haridwar (by Yati Narsinghanand), hate speech made up of open calls for genocide against Muslims to prevent ethnic cleansing. to achieve.
The plea stated that “the Delhi police have not taken any action in relation to the event in Delhi, despite the open calls for genocide, which are available on the internet.”
Yesterday, the Supreme Court ordered the government of Uttarakhand to submit a status report by April 22 on measures taken regarding Haridwar Dharam Sansad’s hate speech.