Two Hindu organisations have moved the Supreme Court seeking investigation by a Special Investigation Team (SIT) into hate speeches against Hindus and Hindu Gods and Goddesses [Qurban Ali and Another v. Union of India and Others]. .The plea filed was filed by Hindu Front For Justice and Hindu Sena as an intervention application in a petition already pending before the top court seeking probe into the Haridwar Dharam Sansad hate speeches targeting the Muslim community.The petition pending before the Supreme Court was filed by former Patna High Court judge, Justice Anjana Prakash and journalist Qurban Ali seeking directions for an independent, impartial and credible probe into Anti-Muslim hate speeches by an SIT. Notably, the Supreme Court on January 12 had issued notice on the said plea to the Central Government and the Uttarakhand government.The intervention application by the two Hindu groups claimed that since the Supreme Court has agreed to examine hate speeches against the Muslim community, it should also examine hate speeches against the Hindu community.“The applicants herein through the present application are praying to this court to direct an SIT to investigate the hate speeches given against the members of the Hindu community, their gods and goddesses,” the intervention application said. .The plea Filed through Advocate Vishnu Shankar Jain, cited a total of 25 instances wherein hate speech against the Hindu community had occurred and sought directions from the Supreme Court to examine the same. It also sought directions against State governments to register first information reports (FIRs) against Muslim leaders Asaduddin Owaisi, Tauqeer Raza, Sajid Rashidi, Amanatullah Khan and Waris Pathan for allegedly making hate speeches against Hindus.The petition alleged that the provocative speeches delivered by the above-mentioned Muslim leaders created an atmosphere of fear and unrest in the Hindu community and it reminded them of the working of Muslim League, which resulted in the partition of the country in 1947..On January 15, two persons Yati Narsinghanand and Jitendra Tyagi accused of delivering hate speeches against Muslims at Haridwar dharam sansad were arrested. Both of them were later denied bail.More recently, a plea was filed before the Uttarakhand High Court seeking quashing of the first information report (FIR) registered over the hate speeches delivered at the Haridwar Dharam Sansad last month by Yati Narsinghanand and others.