Chamarajpet Idgah Maidan Row: Vishwa Sanatan Parishad chief booked for promoting enmity between groups in Bengaluru

Pramesh S Jain & Yogesh K Porwar

The Chamarajapet police have registered a Suo motu case against president of Vishwa Sanathana Parishath charging him under promoting enmity between different groups on grounds of religion and Deliberate and malicious acts,intended to outrage religious feelings.

Senior officer told reporters,Police Sub Inspector, Nagendra,attached to chamarajapet police station has filed a complaint after the accused S Bhaskaran’s provocative statement to the media on Monday.

Bhaskaran statement came in the wake of BBMP West Zone Joint Commissioner announcement that the Chamarajapet Idqah ground belonged to the revenue department.

Welcoming the statement,Bhaskaran warned the Wakf department to remove the Idgah compound failing which he asked the government to do it at once.

He further said that if the government fails to do it,the pro Hindu organization will carry out the demolition work and raze the structure on December 6.

Mark my words,he reportedly said adding that December 6 may be black day for muslims but safron day for us, he stated .

He further said that pro hindu activists from neighbouring states of Tamilnadu,Andhra,Kerala and Maharastra are joining us to carry out the demolition work and this is going to happen,he announced.

His statement according to the complainant is not only provocative in nature but also insult to the community and to create hatred and communally divide the society further,he added.