Body appears to be azahari police chief, Shahida Khan, during his visit to the 바카라사이트district headquarters (Picture: Express Photo/Anil Kumar)
In a scathing statement, lawyer Sanjay Shah said Khan was an «insult to Indian values» by using the country’s slogan ‘Hindi for India’ and the image of him.
‘This is only part of our identity. It is not as an Indian citizen but a British citizen. He may be a member of an Indian religious minority but he does not believe in Indian values,’ Shah wrote 바카라in his letter to the district administration.
It is his fourth visit to the district chief’s headquarters in three months.
On August 13, Khan made the bizarre claim to the Dainik Jagran website that ‘Hindi for India’ has gone viral across the world.
‘You don’t find anyone on Facebook saying ‘Indians should learn English’, ‘A person should start speaking with their own tongue’, ‘we should learn Hindi by heart’. When I go to the US or Canada in the future I will introduce Hindi into the curriculum. But this slogan has gone viral. All the states have adopted it.
‘I cannot stand by and watch these w바카라ords continue to spread. I have also been asking the authorities to stop making it a national issue. What does that do to the image of the national flag?
‘I also want to point out that the slogan, ‘Hindi for India’, is the single most visible part of our national identity. And when someone makes such a statement, that person is an insult to Indian values.’
The officer who has been in Delhi and Bengaluru to represent the city, told Mail Today that his office was approached by the government asking for Khan’s removal for his comments.
A statement issued by Dainik Jagran director Subramanian Swamy condemned the officer’s actions and said: ‘These are completely unacceptable. He has insulted the Indian state. He is disrespecting the very values of our country that make our country great.’