Indian lawmaker booked for calling Hyderabad ‘Mini Pakistan’

Indian lawmaker booked for calling Hyderabad 'Mini Pakistan' |

NEWDELHI – Raja Singh Ghoshamal an Indian legislator has been booked for describing Hyderabad (Capital of Southern Indian state of Telangana) as ‘Mini Pakistan.’

A MNA of Bharatiya Janta Party while talking to a TV channel said that the constitution and current law is not his prime concern.

He also revealed that he is preparing a private army to fight others.

“His interview is provocative, promoting enmity among the public and leading to the disturbance of the peace, public order and communal harmony,” Hyderabad deputy commissioner of police V Satyanarayana said, as quoted by Tribune.

Initially, a case has been registered against him, Singh in past has also convicted several hate speeches.

Police have booked Singh for his statement that there was no place in India for those who don’t sing ‘Vnade Mataram.’

Although Singh on Sunday said that he has done nothing by tilting Hyderabad as ‘Mini Pakistan.’


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