Yeti Narasimhanand released on bail in Haridwar hate speech case.

New Delhi:

Yeti Narasimhanand, released on bail in the Haridwar hate speech case, has made a hate speech in violation of his bail conditions at a 'religious' convention in Himachal Pradesh's Una.

In the meeting, the organizers made an open call to the Hindus to take up arms and the speakers also called for killings of Muslims.

Satyadev Saraswati, one of the organizers of the meeting, told NDTV that it was a private event and "there is no need to take permission from the administration here."

"We don't believe in law... we don't fear anyone... Here we are telling the truth, not making any hate speech," he said.

Yeti Narasimhanand Saraswati, accused of Haridwar hate speech, made another provocative speech, disclosed from VIDEO

In January, Yeti Narasimhanand was arrested in Haridwar for organizing an event that called for a massacre of Muslims.

Yeti Narasimhanand was released on bail on February 18.

Sources said, one of his bail conditions is that he "cannot take part in such events".

However, earlier this month too, Yeti Narasimhanand gave a hate speech in Delhi's Burari calling for the use of weapons against Muslims.

Police had registered an FIR naming Yeti Narasimhanand, who said he had refused permission for the event, but the organizer still organized a "mahapanchayat meeting" and was attended by around 700-800 people. . 

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This time in Una, several attendees including Sadhvi Annapurna gave a hate speech, where they again called for the use of weapons against Muslims.

Sadhvi Annapurna's name was also in the FIR registered in the Haridwar case.

The Sadhvi, among others, was accused of promoting enmity between religious communities and desecrating the place of worship.

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The clip of the Haridwar event, viral on social media, drew sharp criticism from former army chiefs, retired judges, activists and even tennis legend Martina Navratilova.