Home Legal News [Abu Faizal] Bombay HC Directs To Block Inflammatory Video Uploaded In Social Media By AIMIM Leader Abu Faizal

[Abu Faizal] Bombay HC Directs To Block Inflammatory Video Uploaded In Social Media By AIMIM Leader Abu Faizal

by Shreya
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The Bombay High Court passed an ex-parte interim order directing the State government to block a video clip uploaded on social media by Abu Faizal AIMIM leader immediately, observing that it was prima facie inflammatory.

A Division bench of Justice RD Dhanuka and Justice Abhay Ahuja passed the order in a petition filed by one Imran Khan, who sought directions to the State and police machinery to take preventive action under sections 149, 151,110 of CrPC against Abu Faizal for his “incriminating hate speech video” on social media.

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While Advocate Vivek Shukla appeared for the petitioner, none appeared on behalf of the State or other respondents.

According to the petitioner, AIMIM’s Abu Faizal alleged in the said video that the media has been directed to target Muslims and defame Islam under the garb of Corona virus pandemic. The said video was uploaded on Abu Faizal ‘s social media including Facebook and it will create hatred between Hindus and Muslims in the community. Yet no action has been taken by the police even though a complaint was made by the petitioner in regard of Abu faizal video , the petitioner contended.

The bench in case of Abu faizal’s video noted-

“A perusal of the petition, prima facie indicates that there are serious allegations made by the Petitioner, against the said AIMIM Abu Faizal about inflammatory speech for creating hatred between Hindu and Muslim community and against the police for inaction. The Respondents are accordingly directed to look into the allegations and also to view the said video clip on You-tube, Google, Facebook and to file an Affidavit in Reply before this Court.”

State was asked to file its affidavit-in-reply within one week .

The matter will be next heard on June 2.

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