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Upendra Bharti | HENB | Haridwar | Feb 17, 2022:: The head priest of Ghaziabad-based Dasna temple and the dedicated Hindu saint to uproot Jihad from India, Yati Narasinghanand, who was sent to the Haridwar jail on January 15, released on bail on Wednesday. The priest was arrested after four separate complaints — two regarding Dharam Sansad hate speeches, one relating to ‘objectionable’ remarks made against women, and another concerning assault of a journalist — were filed against him. While Yati was granted bail in the two hate speech cases by the additional district and sessions court in Haridwar on February 7, he was still in jail since there were other cases lodged against him. The same court has now granted him bail in the other two cases. His bail application was heard by additional district and sessions judge, Bharat Bhushan Pandey.
While Yati was granted bail in the two hate speech cases by the additional district and sessions court in Haridwar on February 7, he was still in jail since there were other cases lodged against him. The same court has now granted him bail in the other two cases. His bail application was heard by additional district and sessions judge, Bharat Bhushan Pandey.
Finally, Hindutva leader Yati Narsinghanand walked out of jail on Thursday, 17 February.
In the first hate speech case, Yati, who had organised the Dharam Sansad in Haridwar in December last year where inflammatory speeches were made by several speakers, was booked under section 153-A (promoting enmity between different groups on grounds of religion, race, place of birth, residence, language etc, and doing acts prejudicial to maintenance of harmony) of the IPC.
In the second hate speech case, he was charged under IPC section 295 (injuring or defiling a place of worship with intent to insult the religion of any class).
The third case was for making objectionable remarks on women under IPC section 509 (word, gesture or act intended to insult the modesty of a woman).
In the fourth case, he was charged with offences under IPC sections 323 (voluntarily causing hurt), 504 (insult intended to provoke breach of peace) and 506. His advocate, Uttam Singh Chauhan, put forward the argument that all these were bailable offences and therefore, he should be released. Meanwhile,
Jitendra Narayan Tyagi (alias Waseem Rizvi), a co-accused in the Dharam Sansad hate speech case is still lodged in the Haridwar jail. His bail application is listed for hearing in the Nainital high court on February 21.
The Selective Secular Media, Pro-Muslim Political parties and the subversive Jihadi groups who are anxious enough for the up-rise of Hindutva against Radical Islam in India led by Yati Narsinghananda and other Practical Hindutva leaders (not in Sangha Parivar), tried to malign and stop the Hindutva leaders from their movement in the interest of safety and security of India and its majority people.
__inputs from Agencies.