Modi-Shah threatened forward of BJP assembly in Hyd, chief Abdul Majeed arrested


Hyderabad: PMĀ Narendra Modi and Union Residence Minister Amit Shah have been threatened by a pacesetter in Hyderabad, Telangana. Nonetheless, the police have arrested the accused chief. Based on the report, the person was demanding an apology for the assertion of suspended Bharatiya Janata Occasion (BJP) spokesperson Nupur Sharma. Apparently, the case has come to mild at a time when a Hindu tailor has been brutally murdered by two fundamentalists in Udaipur, Rajasthan.

Based on media stories, Abdul Majid Attar is the chief of a small occasion. It had mentioned that it might hurt PM Narendra Modi and Residence Minister Amit Shah in addition to Uttar Pradesh CM Yogi Adityanath and the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) within the occasion of not apologizing for his remarks on Islam’s Prophet Mohammad. Attar was arrested on Wednesday.

Police have registered a case towards the accused underneath sections of the IPC for inciting spiritual buildings and making a disturbance. Apparently, the BJP assembly, which is able to start on July 2, will probably be attended by a number of high leaders of the occasion together with PM Modi, and Shah. After this, PM Modi may deal with a public assembly in Secunderabad. Not too long ago, protesters had created a ruckus in Secunderabad towards the Agnipath scheme.

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