The order comes days after BJP leader Subramanian Swamy wrote two letters to Prime Minister Narendra Modi
With the help of a few bold economic reforms, Swamy said India has the potential to grow at 12 per cent per annum.
At a function held in Chandrapur, Swamy said, “Gadkari is a very efficient and good minister. But he is not getting a free hand to work.”
Both leaders in their propositions harped on the concept of truth as a complete defence in criminal defamation.
Swamy recalled the BJP’s promise to construct the Ram Temple if possible by legal measures.
The bench asked Subramanian Swamy to move the high court with his plea to drop charges for allegedly delivering hate speech.
Swamy blamed Islam and Christianity for religious conversion and said it was ingrained in their religion.
Swamy had filed a case in 1996 against Jayalalithaa alleging that during her tenure as CM, she amassed properties disproportionate to her known sources of income.
“Bail is a fundamental right of Asaram and he would soon file a bail application in the lower court,” Swamy said.
Terming the Rafale deal “corrupt”, Subramanian Swamy said it will bring bad name to the party.
The outfit Virat Hindustan Sangam will empower the youth to articulate the “values” of Hindutva, said Swamy.
Ashok Tewari, a 1993 batch IPS officer had received a two-month extension in the agency ending March 31.
Shevgaonkar’s resignation had stirred up a row, with some reports claiming he quit amid pressure from the HRD Ministry.
Several Hindus in the district have complained that following the 2013 riots, “false” FIRs were filed against them.
Police has registered an FIR against Swamy under section 153(A) (Promoting enmity between different groups on grounds of religion, race, place of birth, residence, language) of IPC