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J Srinivasan | HENB | Mangaluru | Sept 1, 2016:: On Monday. Bantwal town police in South Kannada registered a suo motu case against a Muslim who allegedly uploaded highly derogatory statements on Hindu Gods and Goddesses in Face book social media. It is told that the actual posting was made in Oct 2015, but made it viral on the social media after some sharing and huge protesting on it at present.
Police sources said the person by the name Jabbar of B C Road uploaded the derogatory comments on Hindu deities. As these statements could provoke Hindus, police registered a sou motu case under IPC section 295A (Deliberate and malicious acts intended to outrage religious feelings of any class by insulting its religion or religious beliefs) against Jabbar.
As the accused commented in foul language on Kateel Shri Durgaparameshwari temple and its Goddess. Karavali Samskruthika Parishat of Ullal submitted a memorandum to Mangaluru Police Commissioner M Chandra Sekhar on Tuesday urging him to arrest the accused at the earliest. Parishat convener and former ZP vice president Sathish Kumpala said the derogatory comments media had deeply hurt the religious sentiments of people.
However, the accused person could not be arrested so far. Serious discussions are going on in social media about the derogatory statements and the necessity of stringent action against the accused. Though the police have registered a case under cyber crime in so many other instances, there is not a single case in which wrong-doers have been punished for their crimes.
From a check of Jabbar’s timeline and sharing in FB, it is reflected that the account holder and his friends are habitual offender to attack Indian Nationality, Indian Army, Hindus and their celebrations, Hindu deities in a very regular fashion.
As per latest news, the station house officer of the Bantwal town police station here, Nandakumar, said that the complaint relating to projecting of Hindu gods in poor light, using derogatory language, and spreading this objectionable material through social websites, has been transferred to cyber crime department on Sept 1, for investigation.