Hindu Front For Justice moves SC seeking to be made a party in hate speech case
New Delhi/UNI: National President of Hindu Front For Justice Vishnu Gupta on Saturday filed a petition before the Supreme Court seeking a direction to be made a party to the hate speech petition already filed by Qurban Ali in the apex court.
The National President of Hindu Front For Justice, in his petition, pleaded the Supreme Court to pass directions and orders to arrest Congress leader, Tokir Raza Khan and other Muslim Jihadi leaders for allegedly giving hate speeches.
Hindu Front for Justice, in the petition filed before the Supreme Court, said since the Apex Court has agreed to examine the hate speeches against Muslims, it should also examine hate speeches against Hindus.
The petition filed by Hindu Front for Justice is likely to come up for hearing before the Supreme Court within a period of 10 days.