A lawsuit has been filed against seven people, including a Congress councilor, for trying to provoke Muslims in France


Bangla Hunt Desk: An FIR has been lodged against 6 people, including Congress president of Amjad Municipal Corporation, Councilor Hajibhai, from Juhapura in Ahmedabad. An FIR has been filed against them for putting up posters of French President Emmanuel Macron on the streets.

Incident details

According to sources, extremist Islamists have been accused of putting up posters of French President Emmanuel Macron in various streets since November 1 in connection with the incident in France. Jogabhai Karmanbhai, head constable of the security team, alleged that at 12:30 pm on November 1, he printed 150 pictures of the French president with shoe prints on his face and put them on the street. They have done all this to provoke the Muslims.

The accused are

Police have identified several people as accused in the incident. Among them are 50-year-old Yunus Sabdhusain Qadri, 48-year-old Najamban's wife, 54-year-old Mohammad Yunus, 38-year-old Muskim Abdul Qadir Master, 45-year-old Haji Asarbagh Abdul Shakur Mirza, 48-year-old Sharif Mohammad and about 10 with the owner of the printing press. -15 people.

Case filed

The six accused have been charged under sections 188 of the IPC (disobedience of legal order by a government employee), 269 (possibility of spreading a deadly disease), 270 (possibility of spreading a deadly disease), 120BB (criminal conspiracy). Besides, cases have been filed under Section 54 of the Management Act, Sections 3 and 4 of the Property Compensation Act.