The VCK, a coalition partner of the ruling DMK, has called upon the government to enact a legislation against hate speech in the next Assembly session.
Hindu Front for Justice has filed the intervention application through lawyer Vishnu Shankar Jain and gave internet links of alleged hate speeches made by various Muslim leaders.
Pershant Gujjar and his 40 supporters have also been booked for holding the meeting without permission on Sunday, Kakroli Station House Officer (SHO) Sunil Sharma said.
The campaign was carried out by a 10-member team of the Muslim Rashtriya Manch (MRM) in Amroha, Moradabad and Rampur districts of Uttar Pradesh, the RSS affiliate said in a statement.
Mohammad Mustafa claimed the case registered against him is baseless and without proper verification of facts.
Later in the evening, he was taken to Chhattisgarh where the original offense has been registered and he would be kept in a jail in that state till his bail hearing, his lawyers said.
The Parliamentary Committee's chairman said recent incidents and orchestrated acts of violence, are making headlines in both national and global media.
"And in future also, action will be taken to block any such account hatching conspiracy against India, spreading lies and dividing the society," the minister asserted.
The signatories of the IMSD statement include journalists, lawyers, academicians, civil society activists and members of the film fraternity.
Meanwhile, police registered cases against five seers protesting on Ganga ghat against the arrests of Jitendra Tyagi and Yati Narsinghanand.
The case against Zemmour focused on his tirade in which he called children who migrate to France without parents or guardians thieves, murderers, and rapists, in September 2020.
Haridwar court sends religious leader Yeti Narsinganand to 14-day judicial custody in 'hate speech case'
Three cases registered against Swami Yeti Narsimhanand in Haridwar Kotwali.
Uttarakhand cops make first arrest in Dharma Sansad hate speech case, issues summons to two other accused
Some participants at the Dharma Sansad held in Haridwar from December 17-19 have been accused of delivering highly provocative speeches against Muslims.
The bench also comprising Justices Surya Kant and Hima Kohli permitted the petitioners to give representation to the local authority against holding of future 'Dharam Sansad'.
The petitioners said they were constrained to approach the SC seeking its urgent intervention in the hate speeches delivered in the events organized by Yati Narsinghanand and Hindu Yuva Vahini.