Investigation of Hate Speech Case against Hindu Yuva Vahini Substantially Completed: Delhi Police
30-Jan-2023 | Article by Legal White Official
The Delhi police have informed the Supreme Court of India that the investigation into the hate speech case against Hindu Yuva Vahini has been substantially completed.
Background on the Case
The case against Hindu Yuva Vahini, a Hindu nationalist organization, involves allegations of hate speech made during one of its meetings under the leadership of Sudarshan News TV editor Suresh Chavhanke in Delhi in December 2021
The matter was brought to the attention of the Delhi police, who launched an investigation into the matter.
Update on the Investigation
During a recent hearing at the Supreme Court of India, the Delhi police informed the court that the investigation into the hate speech case had been substantially completed.
This marks an important development in the case, and sets the stage for further proceedings.
Implications of the Case
The hate speech case against Hindu Yuva Vahini has sparked debates about freedom of expression and hate speech in India.
The outcome of the case will have important implications for the fight against hate speech and the protection of freedom of expression in the country.
The substantial completion of the investigation into the hate speech case against Hindu Yuva Vahini is a significant step in the legal process, and the outcome of the case will have far-reaching implications for the future of free speech in India.
Case Title: Tushar Gandhi v. Rakesh Asthana And Anr. Conmt. Pet(C) No. 41/2022 in WP(C) No. 732/2017