Indian National League protested against the insult of Hindu gods and goddesses in the magazine

Kanpur, August 06 (H.S.). The National President of the Indian National League, Mohammed Suleman, expressed his opposition to insulting Hindu deities in Kerala’s magazine ‘The Week’ and demanded that the culprit be sent to jail. In a video that went public on Saturday, Indian National League national president Mohd Suleman has strongly condemned the issue […]
 


Indian National League protested against the insult of Hindu gods and goddesses in the magazine

Kanpur, August 06 (H.S.). The National President of the Indian National League, Mohammed Suleman, expressed his opposition to insulting Hindu deities in Kerala’s magazine ‘The Week’ and demanded that the culprit be sent to jail.

In a video that went public on Saturday, Indian National League national president Mohd Suleman has strongly condemned the issue of publishing a picture insulting Hindu gods and goddesses in the Kerala-based magazine ‘The Week’. He has urged the government to make efforts to put a stop to such controversial statements and articles. It has also been said that the image of the country is tarnished by such articles, so strict action should be taken.

He said that it is a Malayalam language magazine. The article printed in it is absolutely not acceptable in a civilized society, it is provoking the feelings of a particular class. For this, there is a provision in the Indian Constitution that action should be taken. Said that there is LDF government in Kerala. We will talk to the government about whether legal action should be taken against the editor and writer of the magazine through our office bearers, they should be sent to jail.

It is noteworthy that an objectionable article was published on page number 62 and 63 of ‘The Week’ magazine, in which indecent pictures of Lord Shiva and mother Kali were also printed. After this, there is anger and protest in the whole country regarding this matter. An FIR has also been registered on the magazine management in this regard at Kanpur Kotwali police station. Apart from this, Hindu organizations also staged protests demanding action.