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Uttar Pradesh: Police registers complaint against ‘journalist’ Ali Sohrab for inflammatory posts after Kamlesh Tiwari’s murder

This is not the first time that Islamists masquerading as 'journalists' had attempted to threaten peace in the society.

The Uttar Pradesh has registered an FIR against ‘journalist’ Ali Sohrab spewing venom against Hindus after the brutal killing of Hindu leader Kamlesh Tiwari.

Following Kamlesh Tiwari’s murder by radical Islamists on Friday, 18th October, Sohrab had posted a tweet expressing delight. In his tweet, Ali Sohrab went on to wish the deceased Kamlesh Tiwari on the occasion of Diwali despite knowing that he is not alive anymore.

Ali Sohrab’s tweet wishing the dead Kamlesh Tiwari

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Ali Sohrab’s attempts to incite and spew venom against Hindus does not stop there. He even threatened journalist Rohit Sardana and his child by saying he will pray for Sardana and his kid that someday in the future, Sardana’s kid should experience the ‘hatred’ caused due to Hindu-Muslims tensions. He was implying that Sardana had been instrumental in spreading hatred between the two communities.

Following his hateful behaviour, the Uttar Pradesh police have registered a complaint against Ali Sohrab for inflammatory messages.

Read: Islamists celebrate the brutal murder of Kamlesh Tiwari, NDTV leading the charge with their attempts to trivialise the crime

The UP police in a tweet confirmed that they will be taking action against such messages and said that an FIR has also been registered at Hazratganj, Lucknow against Ali Sohrab.

This is not the first time that Islamists masquerading as ‘journalists’ had attempted to threaten peace in the society. In September, following the abrogation of Article 370 by the centre, Sohrab had tried to pass off an old image of two army men cleaning a pool of blood on a road as a recent one. He shared the misleading image implying that it was taken during the ongoing situation in Kashmir.

Ali Sohrab, by tweeting an old, unrelated image and connecting it with the ongoing situation with the Kashmir, deliberately attempted to indulge in fake news and push pro-Pakistan agenda.

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