UP police arrests man alleging he sold chicken on paper with photos of Hindu godstext_fields
Sambhal, Uttar Pradesh: With many instances of religious hatred and conflicts coming to light across the country, another such case from Uttar Pradesh has surfaced recently.
According to PTI, a man was arrested in Uttar Pradesh's Sambhal for allegedly hurting religious sentiments by selling chicken on a piece of paper having pictures of Hindu deities, and also attacking a police team.
The incident took place on Sunday when some people complained that Talib Hussain was selling chicken from his shop on a piece of paper carrying a picture of a Hindu god and goddess, hurting their religious feeling, the police told the news agency.
When a police team reached his shop, Talib Hussain allegedly attacked them with a knife with an intention to kill, the FIR or police case stated.
Talib Hussain has been charged under IPC Sections 153-A [promoting enmity between different groups on grounds of religion, race, place of birth, residence], 295-A [deliberate and malicious acts, intended to outrage religious feelings of any class by insulting its religion or religious beliefs] and 307 [attempt to murder].
An investigation is being carried out. More details are awaited.