Aam Aadmi Party’s MLA from Delhi, Naresh Yadav, was requisitioned on Saturday in tie with a box of purported Quran ‘desecration’ in Punjab, reported The Indian Express.
Yadav was requisitioned after Vijay Kumar, a purported designer in a case, told a military that he had “desecrated” a Quran during a insistence of Yadav, and was offering Rs 1 crore, a news added.
“Vijay Kumar has claimed that in Malerkotla, he was offering Rs 1 crore for ripping pages of Quran and throwing them nearby a empty on Khanna Road. Their devise was also to ill-treat a Hindu holy book next,” a report quoted Sangrur Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Pritpal Singh Thind as saying.
According to a police, Vijay Kumar wanted to revenge Dinanagar and Pathankot terrorist, The Indian Express news said. Kumar also told a investigators he hated Pakistan and Muslims.
Yadav has been requisitioned underneath Sections 109 (Punishment of abetment if a act abetted is committed in effect and where no demonstrate sustenance is done for a punishment) and 153-A (Promoting animosity between opposite groups on drift of religion, race, place of birth, residence, language, etc., and doing acts unjust to upkeep of harmony) of IPC.
Reports advise that a military have so distant arrested 3 people — Vijay Kumar, Nand Kishore Goldy and Gaurav.
The growth comes only 3 days forward of Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’s Punjab revisit to launch AAP’s election campaign, reported News 18. AAP Sanjay Singh shielded Yadav observant there were domestic motives behind a FIR.