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Complaint filed against Wasim Rizvi for inciting communal feelings

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Deoband/Saharanpur | Saturday, Mar 10 2018 IST
Islamic Academic director and former student of Darul Uloom Mehndi Hasan Kasmi filed complaint was registered against Uttar Pradesh Shia Waqf Board Chairman Wasim Rizvi for giving inciting speech, displaying feelings of hate and promoting communalism.

Investigative Officer Pankaj Tyagi said that case will be filed after investigations as probe was underway. Senior Superintendent of Police Bablu Kumar was reported about the matter, he said.

Mr Kasmi earned Maulviyat from Darul Uloom in 2016. He was founder member of student union in Islamic seminary also. In his complaint Mr Kasmi said that Mr Rizvi was giving absurd statements in news channels from past few months which can disturb our communal harmony.

Mr Kasmi has submitted clippings of statements of Mr Rizvi in Deoband Kotwali police station along with complaint. It was reported that that Mr Rizvi on February 26 that 9 Mosques including Babri, Mathura, Atala Mosque of Jaunpur and Gyanwapi Mosque of Varanasi should be handed over to Hindus. If actions would not be taken against Mr Rizvi, violence can erupt, Mr Kasmi said in his complaint adding that to save democratic values actions should be taken against him.

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