Letter to CM written for construction of mosque and hospital, anti-social elements threatened to kill – न्यूज़लीड India

Letter to CM written for construction of mosque and hospital, anti-social elements threatened to kill


Parvez Siddiqui wrote a letter to CM Nitish Kumar

District representative of National Minorities Reservation Morcha Shakeel Ansari told that Sogra Waqf Board has 13 acres of land. Parvez Siddiqui wrote a letter to CM Nitish Kumar to build a mosque and hospital on that land. After writing a letter regarding the construction work, anti-social elements pasted the poster of National Minority Reservation Morcha national president Pervez Siddiqui and threatened not to enter Muzaffarpur. At the same time, threats were also made to kill them if they appeared in Muzaffarpur.

Pervez Siddiqui received death threats

Pervez Siddiqui received death threats

An application was made to file a case in Mithanpura police station in the case of death threat to Parvez Siddiqui. Along with this, Patna Director General of Police and Muzaffarpur Inspector General of Police were also informed about this matter. Patna Police Head Quarter and National Commission for Minorities, New Delhi had also sent an order for action in this matter to the Senior Superintendent of Police, Muzaffarpur, but no action was taken.

Case filed after court order

Case filed after court order

After not taking proper action in the death threat case, the Reservation Front knocked on the door of the court. Morcha district representative Shakeel Ansari told that a case was registered in the Judicial Magistrate First Court, Muzaffarpur. On the orders of Judicial Magistrate I, Mithanpura police station has registered an FIR. Shakeel Ansari said that this matter was also raised by Parvez Siddiqui in front of National President of Janata Dal United Parliamentary Board Upendra Kushwaha on 3rd November at Sir Syed National Conference of Amarpali Auditorium. Anti-social elements want to stop development work in Bihar. Taking cognizance of the matter, immediate action should be taken so that peace and harmony is restored in the state.

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