Indore: The case was registered against the mob, who were protesting the arrest of religious leader Kalicharan Maharaj—who last week allegedly ridiculed Mahatma Gandhi and also hailed his assassin Nathuram Godse.
The development comes a day after Hindu religious leader Kalicharan Maharaj used abusive language against the Father of the Nation at an event here for which an FIR was registered against him.
Congress president Sonia Gandhi said: ‘divisive ideologies anchored in hate and prejudice and which had no role whatsoever to play in our freedom movement are now causing havoc on the secular fabric of our society’.
The Hindu seer Kalicharan Maharaj, alias Abhjit Sarag, a resident of Shivajinagar in old city area of Akola had made derogatory remarks against Mahatma Gandhi, during an event in Chhattisgarh.
Chhattisgarh: Earlier, a Hindu religious leader Kalicharan Maharaj had made a derogatory remark against Mahatma Gandhi, and hailed his assassin Nathuram Godse.
Earlier in the day, talking to reporters at the Swami Vivekanand Airport in Raipur, Baghel said whoever tries to instigate people by making such remarks, stern action will be taken against that person.
During a 'dharma sansad' at Raipur in Chhattisgarh on Sunday evening, Kalicharan Maharaj had allegedly used an abusive word against the Father of the Nation and hailed his assassin Nathuram Godse.
Congress leader Rahul Gandhi, quoting Mahatma Gandhi said: ‘You can chain me, torture me, you can destroy this body, but you cannot imprison my thoughts’.
Hindu religious leader Kalicharan Maharaj had used abusive words against Mahatma Gandhi, during a religious convocation in Chhattisgarh’s Raipur. Maharaj had also hailed Gandhi’s assassin Nathuram Godse.
Hindu Religious Leader Kalicharan Maharaj also used an abusive word against Mahatma Gandhi. He said: 'The target of Islam is to capture nation through politics. In front of our eyes they had captured in 1947 (referring to partition)...They had earlier captured Iran, Iraq and Afghanistan...'
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