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On the Occasion of Shab-e-Barat, the High Court allowed Raja Singh to stage rally

Concerned about the permission granted to BJP Telangana MLA T Raja Singh for holding a rally in Mira Road, Mumbai, Congress' active president and former minister Mohammed Arif Naseem Khan has expressed apprehension and demanded strict action from the State Director General of Police regarding the conditional permission granted by the Mumbai High Court.

Mumbai: Concerned about the permission granted to BJP Telangana MLA T Raja Singh for holding a rally in Mira Road, Mumbai, Congress’ active president and former minister Mohammed Arif Naseem Khan has expressed apprehension and demanded strict action from the State Director General of Police regarding the conditional permission granted by the Mumbai High Court.

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He urged immediate action against the provocative activities by the MLA and to prevent his entry into the affected area.

It was clear that in recent days, communal unrest had erupted in the Miraroad area connected to Mumbai, during the procession of Ram Mandir.

Raja Singh had challenged in his video message that they are coming with one lakh people on Mira Road and will seek revenge for the injustices against sisters and daughters, expressing distrust in the police and legal system.

Following this, Miraroad police had imposed restrictions on his entry, after which the Mumbai High Court granted him conditional permission to participate in the rally in Miraroad, stating in its order that every move of T Raja should be video recorded.

If they are stopped a kilometer and a half away from the affected area during the rally, immediate action should also be taken if they make any provocative statements during the rally.

Naseem Khan said that the High Court had issued clear directives, and they should be strictly implemented. He appealed to Muslims to spend the sacred night of Shab-e-Barat in worship and not pay attention to this side.

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