The police have booked Kalicharan Maharaj, Milind Ekbote, Nandakishor Ekbote, Mohan Shete, Dipak Nagpure, and Captain Digendra Kumar
New Delhi, December 29
The Pune Police booked religious guru Kalicharan Maharaj along with Hindutva leader Milind Ekbote and four others for allegedly giving hate speech.
The Mahraj and Hindutva leaders had allegedly made purported speeches during the “Shivpratap Din” programme held in Pune on December 19.
The police have booked Kalicharan Maharaj, Milind Ekbote, Nandakishor Ekbote, Mohan Shete, Dipak Nagpure, and Captain Digendra Kumar.
The event was organised by Samasta Hindutva Aghadi to mark the killing of Adilshahi General Afzalkhan by legendary king Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj in 1659.
As per the FIR lodged at the Khadak police station, alleged hate speeches were made during the event against Muslim and Christians.
The police analysed the purported video and booked a case.
As per the reports, the cases have also been registered against Kalicharan Maharaj in Raipurand Akolafor allegedly using derogatory words against Mahatma Gandhi in Chhattisgarh.
Kalicharan Maharaj alias Abhijit Sarag, a resident of Shivajinagar in old city area of Akola, made the remarks during an event at Raipur in Chhattisgarh.
In the speech, Kalicharan made derogatory statements against Gandhi and accused minorities of trying to control the politics and administration of various countries.
The accused have booked in this case under sections 295 (a), 298, 505 (2), 34 of the Indian Penal Code
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