Case filed against the Famous Politician H Raja

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High Court filed a case against the famous, popular, and well-known politician H Raja (BJP National Security) for calling police “Anti-Hindu” and “Highly Corrupt”.

On Monday H Raja summoned to appear in Madras High Court within four weeks, following his barbs at the judiciary and the police force in Tamil Nadu. The Bench comprising Justice CT Selvam and Nirmal Kumar took suo motu cognisance of H Raja’s video in which he called the police ‘Anti-Hindu’ and ‘Highly corrupt’ and used foul language against the Madras High Court.

A few days before, the Madras High court Bench headed by HG Ramesh and Kalyanasundaram had refused to initiate suo motu contempt against BJP National Security Raja.

The video, which went viral on the internet Saturday, become shot while the police officers stopped the BJP leader from taking out Ganesh procession at Meyyapuram village in Tamil Nadu’s Pudukottai district. H Raja, however, he maintained that the video becomes edited and it is not his voice. He also stated that this is a false propaganda against him.

DMK organizing secretary R S Bharathi, in a tweet on Sunday demanded the Tamil Nadu government to take legal action against H Raja for his comments as he called the police “Anti-Hindu”.

An FIR was registered against H Raja on Sunday, claiming that he was trying to create an enmity between groups. H Raja and seven others were booked under IPC sections 143 (unlawful assembly) ; 188 (disobedience to order duly promulgated by public servant) ;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; 290 (public nuisance) ; 294(b) (uttering obscene words in public place) ; 353 (assault or criminal force to deter public servant from discharging of his duty) ; and 506(i) (criminal intimidation).


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