A Haryana court has granted bail to 19-year-old Ram Bhagat Gopal, who was accused of delivering inflammatory and communal speeches against the Muslim community at a mahapanchayat in the State..Bail was granted by an Additional District and Sessions judge. .Gopal was arrested after he participated in the event and allegedly used hate speech, exhorting people to abduct Muslim girls and to kill persons of that community.He was charged for offences under Sections 153A (promoting enmity between religions) and 295A (hurting religious sentiments) of the Indian Penal Code. .Judicial Magistrate Mohammad Sageer had earlier rejected his plea for bail stating that people who give such communally charged speeches and create disharmony are more harmful to the country than the COVID-19 pandemic."Hate speech based on religion or caste has become fashion nowadays and police also seems to be helpless of dealing with such incidents. Such kind of people who are trying to create disharmony and imparting hatred amongst the common people are actually harming this country more than the pandemic," the Magistrate had said..Gopal then moved the Sessions judge against that order.He had shot into the limelight for the wrong reasons last year, after a photo of him firing at anti-CAA protestors had gone viral.