News Flash: (Updated on 23-02-2012): The web site of SHARIAH FOR HIND project at http://shariah4hind.com has been temporarily blocked by the GOI and proceedings are being drawn against its Indian propagators to hlod its 2nd-3rd March programme in Delhi. We should keep alert to prevent its clone sites if any. ed. HINDU EXISTENCE.
Delhi court asks police to investigate Islamist website.
A bench of Acting Chief Justice A.K. Sikri and Justice Rajiv Shah Endlaw directed police chief to submit the report on website http://www.shariah4hind.com within a week.
The PIL filed by Tajinder Pal Singh Bagga, president of the Bhagat Singh Kranti Sena, alleged that the website brings constitution of India and its secular feature into disrespect and disrepute.
“Extreme Islamic groups are planning to organise a huge rally in Delhi propagating Islamisation of Indian subcontinent and enforcement of Shariah law all over India and hence this may result into communal clashes and disruption of public peace and order in State of Delhi and other parts of India,” the petition said.
It sought the court’s direction for the central and Delhi government to conduct detailed inquiry into the claims of Shariah4hind that a public rally shall be organized in Delhi March 3.
Appearing for Bagga, advocate Vikas Padora also sought the central and state governments be directed to include the group into the list of banned organisations, “as the group works against the integrity and sovereignty of India”.
Police asked to examine plea against website promoting shariat.
New Delhi, Feb 22 (PTI) The city police commissioner was today asked by the Delhi High Court to examine a plea, made to it to ban a website for allegedly encouraging communal hatred between the Hindus and the Muslims, and apprise it of his findings within a week.
A division bench of Acting Chief Justice A K Sikri and Justice Rajiv Sahai Endlaw asked the police chief to treat the contents of the plea to the court as a complaint and verify the website http://www.shariah4hind.com and file his report.
In a petition, filed through advocate Vikas Padora, Tajinder Pal Singh Bagga, president of an organisation called Bhagat Singh Kranti Sena, alleged the website violates the secular feature of Indian Constitution.
According to the petition, two USA-based persons named Anjem Choudhary and Omar Muhammed Bakri have recently launched the organisation Shariah for India and also launched the website http://www.shariah4hind.com with an object to campaign for enforcement of Shariat Law all over India.
The plea said the website”s objectives, if met, would would result into communal disharmony.
The plea also sought an order to restrain the group from holding a rally and conference on March 2 and 3 here.
“The extreme Islamic groups are planning to organise a huge rally in Delhi to propagate Islamisation of the Indian subcontinent and enforce Shariat law all over India and hence this may result into communal clashes and disruption of public peace and order in Delhi and other parts of India,” it said.
The petitioner”s counsel submitted that the court should pass an order directing the Union and the Delhi governments to include the ”Shariat for Hind” into the list of banned organisations, as the group works against the integrity and sovereignty of India.
Courtesy: The Hindu || News of Delhi dot com || MSN || PTI.