Hyderabad: Police deny permission to the launch ceremony of the Telugu edition of the book ‘Halal Jihad’ by Ramesh Shinde
Hindu Janajagruti Samiti was going to organize a program to launch the Telugu edition of the book Halal Jihad written by Ramesh Shinde.
Halal certification is purely religious: Where does it stop and why is the Govt of India even allowing it
There are already existing government-specified norms, quality parameters and regulatory requirements that companies have to meet to get their products certified fit to be marketed. So why is this parallel system of 'certifying' them for one particular community is even continuing?
IMA ‘Halal’ ponzi scam: Senior IAS officer accused of corruption found hanging at his residence in Bengaluru
The senior IA officer had been accused of taking a bribe if Rs 1.5 crores from the promotors of IMA. He was the former DC of Bengaluru and was accused of submitting a report favouring the IMA to the state government when an inquiry was launched into the alleged money laundering in the name of 'halal' investments.
Halal, as a word, owes its origin to the means to slaughter an animal. Diﬀerent tribes or religions must be having their own ways to slaughter for the reasons best known to them and many of them are even continuing now
IMA scam: IAS officer arrested on charges of receiving Rs 1.5 crore bribe from ‘halal’ investment group owner
Moreover, as the ED, which is probing the case simultaneously, tightened its noose on the IMA Ponzi scheme, Congress' involvement in the scam started surfacing
ED summons Congress minister in Halal investment group scam, attaches IMA property worth over Rs 200 crores
ED summons sitting Congress minister in Karnataka Zameer Ahmed Khan over alleged involvement in the IMA Group's ponzi scam.
Absconding ‘halal’ investment owner releases a video, offers to surrender, vows to expose big politicians after coming back to India
Earlier Mansoor Khan released an audio clip in which he accused senior Congress MLA Roshan Baig of arm twisting and refusing to return Rs 400 crore.