A petition was filed earlier than a court docket in Bihar’s Muzaffarpur right this moment in opposition to Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath over his controversial “Abba Jaan” comment he made in one among his speeches.
The petition was filed earlier than the court docket of Chief Judicial Magistrate, Muzaffarpur, by Tamanna Hashmi, an area social activist who alleged that the Muslim neighborhood, to which he belongs, was insulted by the remarks of the BJP chief.
Yogi Adityanath had reportedly mentioned on Sunday at an occasion in Kushinagar that it was solely after his ascent to energy in 2017 that the general public distribution system turned efficient in Uttar Pradesh the place ration meant for poor was once eaten up by “those that say ‘Abba Jaan‘ (a time period utilized by Muslims to deal with their fathers)”.
Tamanna Hashmi, a litigant who has filed petitions in opposition to many politicians prior to now, has requested for a trial of Yogi Adityanath beneath IPC sections relating to harm brought on to spiritual sentiments.
The petition is more likely to be taken up for listening to in the end.
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