On an earlier occasion, the bench had directed Twitter to file a counter in the present case.
Pathan took to Twitter: "Racism is not restricted to the colour of the skin. Not allowing to buy a home in a society just because u have a different faith is a part of racism too..."
Police found weapons in the suspect's home, as well as electronic files containing right-wing extremist content.
Dieng added, hate speech and the dehumanisation of others go against international human rights norms and values.
Brajkishore Gupta was fired without notice for calling Indian Muslims 'coronavirus spreaders' and hailing the Delhi riots as 'divine justice' in his Facebook posts.
Naqvi's remarks come days after a wave of angry reactions on Twitter by citizens, activists from various Arab countries following allegations that Muslims are being blamed spreading COVID-19 in India.
A complaint was lodged against him saying the words depicted Muslims in a bad light
All the sections including minorities are strongly moving forward on the path of ‘development with dignity’ under the Modi government.
“Isn’t this act against the Prime Minister’s appeal. Doesn’t such an act amount to offence under our law?," former CM Digvijaya Singh asked tweeting a picture of the poster.
On April 20, India's ambassador to the UAE Pavan Kapoor had warned Indian expatriates against such behaviour.
MEA Spokesperson Anurag Srivastava also said the Gulf countries are deeply committed to friendly relations with India.
The clip has now been widely shared on social media, triggering a controversy.
Citing the example of the misinformation campaign run around Tablighi Jamaat, the piece also said that the pandemic has been used to “fan anti-Muslim sentiment”.
The former bureaucrats have also identified the role of sections of the media in worsening what was already a communally charged scenario.
Though the poem did not name any community, images accompanying it in the background showed a preacher leading a crowd of blindfolded men wearing kurta pyjama and skull caps.