Kerala ‘Hate Speech’: Court sends MLA PC George to judicial custody

Thiruvananthapuram (Kerala) [India]- District court on Thursday sent former MLA computer George to 14 days of judicial custody in a claimed hate speech situation.

Earlier on Wednesday, Kerala Authorities had actually jailed George in a case signed up versus him for affirmed hate speech.

Kerala High Court on Monday granted interim bond to computer George in one more hate speech situation at the Mahadeva Temple at Vennala in the Ernakulam district on May 8.

The apprehension was videotaped in a situation of alleged hate speech versus Muslims in Anantapuri Hindu Maha Sammelan in Thiruvananthapuram on April 30.

On the way to Thiruvananthapuram, he was confessed to the general hospital at Ernakulam as he really felt unwell however the trip continued shortly after.

George said, “I haven’t done anything that breaks the nation. I do not require any individual’s vote that is not a patriot. I have not done anything prohibited. I have regard for the legislation, that’s why I am working together. I haven’t done anything incorrect.”

Earlier he was reserved by Palarivattom police under IPC 153 and also 295 A. He supplied the speech about a Saptaha Yajna event at the Mahadeva Holy Place at Vennala in the Ernakulam area on May 8.

He was jailed by the Thiruvananthapuram Ft authorities in another situation for alleged communal comments delivered at Ananthapuri Hindu Maha Sammelan. Ft police had registered a case and also detained him from his house in Punjar. Later on he obtained bail from the court. The high court has actually guided the Thiruvananthapuram court to hear the speech he had made in Ananthapuri Hindu Maha Sammelan and after hearing the speech court terminated his bond.

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