Supreme Court rejects PIL seeking arrest of Yati Narsinghanand and Jitendra Tyagi, ban on Tyagi's book 'Muhammad'

The Court said that such a plea cannot be entertained under Article 32 of the Constitution.
Supreme Court
Supreme Court

A public interest litigation (PIL) petition seeking preventive arrest of Yati Narsinghanand and Jitendra Tyagi (formerly Waseem Rizvi) on the ground that they have been making calls of violence against Muslims, was rejected by the Supreme Court on Friday [Indian Muslim Shia Isna Ashari Jamaat vs Union of India and ors].

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