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Haridwar hate speeches: Supreme Court asks Uttarakhand govt. why accused have not been held

The Hindu | 12/01/2022 06:35 PM | Click to read full article

The Supreme Court on Wednesday asked the Uttarakhand government to explain why people accused of delivering hate speeches at a ‘Dharm Sansad’ organized in Haridwar had not been arrested yet.

Appearing before a Bench led by Chief Justice of India N.V. Ramana, the petitioners said the declarations of communal hatred made by the speakers in Haridwar were unlike anything seen or heard before.