BJP MLA T Raja Singh from Hyderabad had another case pertaining to a 'hate speech' registered against him on Friday.
The written complaint by MBT leader Amjed Ullah Khan alleges that the Goshamahal MLA planned to "segregate and divide the citizens of India on religion lines infringing the laws of the land, which could tarnish the secular fabric of India."
The speech was delivered at a Hindu Yuva Sangh meeting held in New Delhi August 12, and uploaded on the Sri Ram Channel on You Tube on September 3.
The complaint goes on to allege that "He instigates the gathering for intrusion and invasion against a particular minority community i.e. Muslims; and falsely claims that the sacred and consecrated place of worships of Muslims 'Kabah' actually has an idol of Hinduâ€™s Lord Shiva inside."
(MBT leader Amjed Ullah Khan showing a video of the speech to the police)
Raja Singh is known for his controversial statements and this is the fourth hate speech case booked against him.
The case was registered under sections 153A and 295A of the IPC at the Dabeelpura police station in Hyderabad and an investigation is on.