Akhilesh Yadav BJP’s Bulldozer: A group of lawyers has written to the Chief Justice of the Allahabad High Court saying that the demolition of the house was against the law as the house was in the name of the accused’s wife.
The Constitution will stop the “bulldozers of the BJP”, Akhilesh Yadav warned the ruling BJP in Uttar Pradesh, saying the house demolished by authorities in Prayagraj on Sunday allegedly did not belong to Javed Mohammad – the main accused in Friday’s violence. City on the Prophet Muhammad controversy.
Akhilesh Yadav BJP’s Bulldozer: “The constitution and law will stop the BJP’s bulldozer. The house where they used the bulldozer, taxes were paid, why was the administration collecting tax. One hears that the papers state that the accused is not the owner of the house, it is inside this is the name of the wife. The question is whether the administration will accept its mistake and will the officials who bulldozers rebuild the house? Said the Samajwadi Party leader.
Javed Mohammad is a well-known leader from Prayagraj, who is associated with the Welfare Party of India. He was booked on Friday by the police, who claimed to have masterminded Friday’s protests
A group of lawyers has written to the Chief Justice of the Allahabad High Court saying that the demolition of the house was against the law as the house was in the name of Javed’s wife.
Akhilesh Yadav BJP’s Bulldozer: The family declared that they had not received any notice about the demolition earlier.
Mass protests erupted in parts of Uttar Pradesh following Friday prayers over derogatory remarks on Prophet Muhammad by suspended BJP spokesperson Nupur Sharma, which was also criticized by around 15 Islamic countries.
“I want to say clearly, a true Hindu will not say anything about any religion, he cannot offend anyone. A true Hindu will not use such language about another religion. The Constitution does not allow it. The law does not allow this,” Mr Yadav said on the controversial comments made by the now suspended BJP spokesperson.
Bulldozers were used in Saharanpur, ransacking houses of two accused, following Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath’s warning about “strict” action against criminals. It was also vandalized in Kanpur, where violent clashes and stone-pelting took place on June 3 over the same issue.