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Ambala: Complaint filed on behalf of Lord Ram, 2 booked for hurting religious sentiments

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Ambala: Complaint filed on behalf of Lord Ram, 2 booked for hurting religious sentiments
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Ambala: Complaint filed on behalf of Lord Ram, 2 booked for hurting religious sentiments
Ambala: Complaint filed on behalf of Lord Ram, 2 booked for hurting religious sentiments

AMBALA: Haryana police booked two persons for allegedly hurting religious sentiments on the basis of a complaint, filed on behalf of Lord Ram by a resident of Naraingarh town in Ambala district, on Monday.
Raghav Sanjeev Gharoo of Naraingarh filed a complaint as a next friend of “Lord Ram, son of King Dashrath of Ayodhya in Faizabad district of Uttar Pradesh”, on the basis of which the Ambala police booked Jung Bahadur of Jind district in Haryana and Manish Chohan of Sangrur district in Punjab under Section 295 (injuring or defiling place of worship with intent to insult the religion) and 298 (uttering words with deliberate intent to wound the religious feelings) of the Indian Penal Code, on Monday.
Raghav alleged that accused Jung and Manish intentionally insulted the complainant (Lord Ram) by making derogatory and baseless remarks and statements with intent to provoke breach of the peace, thereby causing public mischief and wilfully hurting religious sentiments of the society, especially of the worshipers of the complainant.
“That Shri Ram Chander is a lawful person and Raghav Sanjeev is Hindu by religion, so he wants to represent the deity as the next friend of Shri Ram Chander. Shri Ram Chander was a very famous king of Ayodhya and no description is needed for the purpose of identifying the subject matter of the dispute,” read Raghav’s complaint.
He told police that on May 10, he had made a post on Facebook, “Those people who do not believe in Shri Ram or Ramayana, what will they know about Valmiki Ji? Such people are distributing knowledge in the name of Valmiki.”
“Both Jung Bahadur and Manish Chohan posted disrespectful comments on Lord Ram and his father Dashrath,” alleged Raghav.
This complaint was earlier filed with Cyber Crime Cell, Panchkula, on June 12.

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