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India Swamy booked on charges of spreading enmity among communities

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    Subramanian Swamy booked on charges of spreading enmity among communities
    PTI | Oct 3, 2011, 07.32PM IST

    NEW DELHI: Delhi Police today registered a case of spreading enmity between communities against Janata Party president Subramanian Swamy for his remarks suggesting revoking of voting rights of Muslims.

    The crime branch registered a case under Section 153A (spreading enmity between communities) of Indian Penal Code (IPC) for his newspaper article in July this year, a senior police official said.

    A senior lawyer R K anand had filed a complaint against Swamy in this regard. The National Commission for Minorities (NCM) had in August decided to file a case against Swamy for his remarks in the article.

    The Harvard-educated economic scholar, Swamy in an article in a newspaper had suggested Indian Hindus collectively respond to terror acts.

    He wrote, "We need a collective mindset as Hindus to stand against the Islamic terrorist... If any Muslim acknowledges his or her Hindu legacy, then we Hindus can accept him or her as a part of the Brihad Hindu Samaj (greater Hindu society) which is Hindustan."

    "Others, who refuse to acknowledge this, or those foreigners who become Indian citizens by registration, can remain in India but should not have voting rights (which means they cannot be elected representatives)," Swamy had written.

    source: http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/...ty-among-communities/articleshow/10220869.cms



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