Complaints pour in against Akbaruddin Owaisi

Published: 05th January 2013 12:17 PM  |   Last Updated: 05th January 2013 12:17 PM   |  A+A-


A number of complaints were filed against MIM MLA Akbaruddin Owaisi on Friday for his alleged hate speech.

A practising advocate and resident of LB Nagar, S Janardhan Goud, on Friday, approached the RR district court seeking action against Akbaruddin under Sections 121, 153, 153-a, 295-a and 298 IPC for his speeches at Nirmal and Nizamabad.

“I had submitted the contents of the speech in CD to the court seeking action against the MLA,” Janardhan Goud told Express, adding the court asked the LB Nagar police to register a case, investigate and submit a report by February 2.

A similar petition was filed by another person at the RR district court and it was posted for Monday.

Another complaint was lodged by BJP leader Satish Agarwal of Bowenpally.

 The court should also probe the corruption of Asaduddin, Agarwal said and demanded action against Owaisi brothers under sections 120-b, 109, 295-a, 298, 153-a and 506 of IPC. The matter was posted for January 7.

TDP corporator from Mangalhat, Raja Singh, filed a complaint with XVI metropolitan magistrate against Akbaruddin. The court posted the matter for January 7.

Meanwhile, the VHP demanded immediate arrest of Akbaruddin and derecognition of MIM. VHP leaders M Ramaraju and T Yemen Singh demanded that the passport and of the MLA be impounded.

On DGP V Dinesh Reddy’s remarks that police did not file the case due to language problem, they said the VHP got the Urdu speech translated into English and gave a CD of it to the police. “The CD was submitted on December 11 with a request to take action, but nothing was done,” they said.

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