Day after giving up Yogi government, Maurya obtains warrant in seven-year-old situation



LUCKNOW:  Barely 24 hrs after giving up the BJP government in Uttar Pradesh, Swami Prasad Maurya is confronted with an apprehension warrant in a seven-year-old situation connected to his supposed hate speech in 2014. 

The warrant was released by the MP/MLA court of Sultanpur after Maurya leapt the non-bailable warrant released versus him by it on January 6.

Maurya is implicated of provoking spiritual enmity with his speech in 2014. He was a BSP MLA during that time. As per resources, Maurya’s utterings remained in link with Lord Ganesha as well as Goddess Gauri, a manifestation of Goddess Durga.

“Goddess Gauri or Lord Ganesha should not be worshipped during weddings. It is a conspiracy by the system dominated by the upper castes to mislead and enslave SCs and backward castes,” Maurya had actually supposedly stated at a celebration after that.

A situation was signed up versus Maurya on November 22, 2014, under Section 295 A of IPC (Malicious acts, meant to outrage spiritual sensations).