Provide armed security cover to MLA T. Rajasingh & and stringent action against those issuing death threat to him – Demands by HJS and Hindu organisations

T Raja Singh, a devout Hindu MLA of Telangana Assembly, Goshamahal Constituency was arrested on allegations of having hurt the sentiments of a particular community. He has been arrested under various sections, whereby he would have to languish in jail at least for a year. This is a conspiracy against him. He is receiving death-threats from Muslim fanatics. Hence a petition demanding immediate armed security cover to MLA T Rajasingh and stringent action against those who have been issuing death threats to him, was submitted to government administration at various places all over India. 




Bengaluru : HJS delegation submitted a memorandum to Telangana Governor through Bengaluru Deputy Collector and the Additional Deputy Commissioner of Bengaluru Smt. Anitha Lakshmi to provide immediate armed security cover to MLA T Rajasingh and stringent action against those who have been issuing death threats to him.

Uttar Pradesh

Varanasi : HJS delegation submitted a memorandum to district administration in Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh. Received support from large number of advocates.


HJS delegation submitted a memorandum to District Collector of Dhanbad, Jharkhand to provide immediate armed security cover to MLA T Rajasingh and stringent action against those who have been issuing death threats to him.


HJS delegation submitted a memorandum to Additional Collector of South Goa to provide immediate armed security cover to MLA T Rajasingh and stringent action against those who have been issuing death threats to him.


Solapur A delegation of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) and activists of other Hindu organisations met the Resident  District Collector Shama Pawar here. The delegation handed over a petition seeking immediate armed security cover to MLA T Rajasingh and stringent action against those who have been issuing death threats to him. MLA T Rajasingh of Goshamahal (Telangana), a devout Hindu, had been arrested over allegedly defamatory remarks.

Devout Hindus who were a part of the delegation

City Chief of Hindurashtra Sena Mr Vilas Potu, Mr Arjun Shivsingwale of Akhand Bharat Ramrajya Sanghtan, Mr Guljasingh Shivsingwale, Mr Suruj Madnawale, Mr Ghansyamsingh Shivsingwale, Mr Rajan Shivsingwale; Mr Vinod Rasal, Mr Sandeep Dhage of HJS as well as many other devout Hindus had assembled.

Devout Hindus presenting a memorandum to Naib Tehsildar Kishore Badve of Sangola

Sangola (district Solapur) : A memorandum addressed to the Governor, Raj Bhavan, Telangana was given to Naib Tehsildar of Sangola Kishore Badve demanding immediate armed security for MLA T Rajasingh, and stern action against those who issued death threats.

From left Tahsildar Atul Patole, Mrs Priti Nagpure and Mr Ajay Khot of HJS

Khamgao : Devout Hindus from Khamgao have demanded the Government provide armed security to Goshamahal MLA T Raja Singh and also demanded action against those issuing death threats to him. A petition with these demands was handed over to Tahsildar Atul Patole in Khamgao. Mr Ajay Khot and Mrs Priti Nagpure of HJS were present. The petition also demands action against Congress Secretary Rashid Khan for threatening to set MLA T Raja Singh’s house on fire, Kalimuddin for provoking Muslims to kill RSS volunteers, and Congress leader Feroze Khan for instigating Muslims. The petition also stated that the Telangana Government is acting in a biased manner, and it has made it difficult for T Rajasingh to get justice; so the cases should be transferred to Maharashtra, Karnataka or Goa.

Devout Hindus with the petition

Nashik : A petition seeking armed security to Goshamahal MLA T Raja Singh and action against those threatening to kill him was handed over to the Resident District Collector Bhagvat Doiphode’s personal secretary by HJS and other Hindu organisations. Mr Gaurav Jamdhade, Dr Rahul Patil, Mr Parag Bhure, Adv Prerna Hegadmal, Mr Kailas Deshmukh of VHP, Industrialist Mr Sandeep Wagh and others were present.

Devout Hindus while giving representation

Akola : A petition by HJS in this regard was accepted by Superintendent Ms Pagore on behalf of the District Collector. Mr Ajay Khot, Adv. Shruti Bhat, Mrs Ashwini Sarode of Ranaragini Wing, Prof. Haridas Takre (Akola Vibhag Chief of Shri Shivpratishthan Hindustan), devout Hindu Mr Sanjay Kendale were present. Another representation was handed over by Hindu Ekata Manch demanding the release of T Raja Singh as well as providing him with Z plus security immediately.

Devout Hindus presented a memorandum to Deputy Collector of Latur Mr. Dhage

Latur : Mr Santosh Patne, Mr Akshay Kshirsagar, Mr Laxmikant Pachange, Mr Sagar Mali, Dr. Manas Kamalapurkar, Mr Praveen Jankar, journalist Mr Nagesh Joshi, Mr Navnath Kawle, Mr Anil Waghmode, Mr Atul Chavan, Mr Ajay Gaikwad, Mr Ganesh Surwase, Mr Akash Gaikwad, Mr Bhimaram Choudhary, Mr Prashant Sawant, Mr Mahesh Choudhary and others presented a memorandum to the DC on behalf of HJS.

Phaltan tehsildar Sameer Yadav receiving the memorandum

Phaltan : A memorandum with the same demands was handed over by devout Hindus from Ambajogai (District Beed), Phaltan (District Satara), Latur, Tuljapur (District Dharashiv), while Mr. Madhusudan Ladda, Mr. and Mrs. Jaiswal to the administration at Parali Vaidyanath.  

MLA T Raja Singh arrested under Preventive Detention Act

25 August 2022

On Thursday, the Telangana Police detained suspended BJP leader Thakur Raja Singh again for his alleged ‘blasphemous’ remarks against Prophet Mohammad. The former BJP leader was arrested from his residence in Hyderabad. This is two days after he was arrested and released on bail in the Prophet remarks case.

Hyderabad Police said that Raja Singh has been detained under the Preventive Detention Act as per the orders of the Commissioner of Police, Hyderabad City, and has been lodged in the Central Prison at Cherlapally in Hyderabad. A press note issued by Hyderabad Police on Raja Singh said that he has been delivering provocative and inflammatory speeches and driving a wedge between communities leading to public disorder. Informing that Singh has been labelled as a rowdy sheeter at Mangalhat Police Station, the police said that Raja Singh committed blasphemy by making objectionable comments on Prophet Mohammad in a video posted on his YouTube channel.

The police also informed that as many as 101 criminal cases are registered against him, and he is involved in 18 communal offences registered in different police stations in the city.

Hyderabad has been witnessing massive protests against his bail, with Islamists raising slogans demanding to behead him. According to the reports, the Islamists took to the streets and held demonstrations throughout the night and also raised slogans continuously demanding the beheading of T Raja Singh.


On August 23, T Raja Singh’s attorney argued in the bail plea that no notice was served to the MLA under Section 41(A) of the Criminal Procedure Code. The court accepted this argument of the lawyer and granted bail to T Raja Singh. Subsequently, severe protests erupted across the state. The sloganeering by the mob increased so much that the police had to disperse the crowd with lathi-charge and by using tear gas.

Reportedly, the Telangana State Police also approached the state High court on August 25 by moving a criminal review petition challenging the bail order of a Magistrate at Nampally metropolitan court who rejected the remand report pertaining to the arrest of BJP MLA T Raja Singh in Prophet remarks case.

The Hyderabad police in the petition stated that the accused is habituated to committing similar offences for several years and he is involved in more than 17 criminal cases. “The intention of Raja Singh appears to be very clear that he has published the incriminating video with a view to promote hatred, enmity between groups on the ground of religion, caste and faith and that the accused himself claimed that this is not the end and he is going to release many videos in future”, the Police said advocating Singh’s arrest.

The petition by the Telangana Police further mentioned that the accused had made several attempts in the past to disturb the peace and harmony in the city and engaged into communal tensions. “The accused is a troublemaker. He on his Youtube channel has uploaded videos which are targeting a particular community. He said that he will release one by one video and that the police are deliberately trying to delete the same from Youtube”, the Police stated.

Reports mention that the Chief Justice of High Court Ujjal Bhuyan will hear the petition on Friday, August 26.

Source : OpIndia

Setback to Jihadis: Court orders MLA Raja Singh to be released, Returns Police remand application

23 August 2022

A local court in Hyderabad today rejected the remand report filed by Hyderabad police against BJP MLA Raja Singh in connection with a case registered against him for his alleged remarks made against Prophet Mohmmad.

Speaking to Live Law, Raja’s counsel Karuna Sagar said that he argued before the Court that the Police had failed to comply with provisions of section 41A CrPC as contemplated by the Supreme Court in the case of Arnesh Kumar V. State of Bihar. He also said that the Court has ordered his release forthwith.

As per the Arnesh Kumar judgement, the arrest should be the exception where the offence is punishable with less than 7 years imprisonment, and notice for appearance under Section 41A CrPC should be served on the accused in such cases instead of arrest. The arrest can be made in exceptional circumstances in such cases, but the reasons have to be recorded in writing.

A detailed copy of the order is awaited.

The Naompally court returned his remand by observing that the suspended BJP MLA T Raja Singh was arrested in violation of Section 41A CrPC and further ordered his release.

Source : Live Law

BJP suspends MLA Raja Singh arrested over alleged comments on Prophet

The Hyderabad police arrested BJP MLA T Raja Singh Tuesday morning for his alleged derogatory remarks against the Prophet in a video posted on social media, amid protests against his comments across the city, said officials.

“We have received several complaints. MLA Raja Singh has been apprehended. We will update you about the arrest as well as the sections soon,” DCP (West Zone) Joel Davis told

Hyderabad police commissioner’s Task Force took Raja Singh into custody from his residence. Officials said they are also pulling down Raja Singh’s video, which Muslim leaders claim insulted their community.

A defiant Raja Singh, reacting to the FIR registered against him Tuesday morning, said it was a comedy video aimed against stand-up comedian Faruqui and was not against any particular religion or community.

“I do not understand on what basis the police registered the FIR because I did not take the name of any particular community. My video was aimed at Faruqui and I stand by my words, and I did not hurt anyone’s sentiments. This was the first part of the video, there will be a second video too,” he added.

Several Muslim organisations held protests since Monday night outside a number of police stations in the city demanding the arrest of the two-time MLA, who said he had posted the video in response to Munawar Faruqui’s show held in Hyderabad Sunday.

BJP suspends Telangana MLA Raja Singh arrested over Prophet remark

The BJP has suspended party’s MLA from Telangana T Raja Singh, who was earlier in the day arrested for his alleged derogatory remark against the Prophet in a video posted on social media. The party leadership also issued him a showcause notice and asked him to give a written reply by September 2

In a letter addressed to the Goshamahal MLA, member secretary of the BJP’s central disciplinary committee Om Pathak stated: “You have expressed views contrary to the party’s position on various matters which is clear violation of Rule XXV 10 (a) of the constitution of BJP. I have been directed to convey to you that pending further inquiry, you are suspended from the party and from your responsibilities with immediate effect. Please also show cause within 10 days as to why should you not be expelled from the party.’’

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