Imran Raza Ansari
Imran Raza Ansari

SRINAGAR — Molvi Imran Raza Ansari, President of the All JK Shia Association, has taken decisive action against recent derogatory remarks targeting the Shia community, filing an official complaint with the Station House Officer of Zadibal.

In the complaint, Mr Ansari addresses the dissemination of hateful rhetoric that has caused distress within the Shia community and has the potential to ignite tensions in society. He specifically cites a live video uploaded on Facebook by a user named Mudasir Aziz, wherein derogatory comments were made referring to the Shia community as “Rafizi.”

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Such language not only infringes upon the fundamental rights of individuals to practice their beliefs in peace but also perpetuates the marginalization and victimization of the Shia community, Mr Ansari asserts.

In his letter to the Station House Officer of Zadibal, Mr Ansari urges prompt and resolute action against those responsible for propagating hate speech. He underscores the importance of holding journalists and individuals accountable for their words and actions, particularly when they contribute to the marginalization of any community.

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Mr Ansari calls for a thorough investigation into the incident and requests that appropriate legal measures be taken against the perpetrators. He also implores authorities to provide reassurance to the affected community and implement measures to prevent similar incidents in the future.

In stressing the significance of upholding principles of tolerance, respect, and inclusivity, Mr Ansari expresses his confidence in law enforcement’s commitment to ensuring justice and safeguarding the rights of all citizens.

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