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Ban Narendra Modi from entering Hyderabad: AP High Court urged
Thursday August 8, 2013 6:06 PM,ummid.com & Agencies

Pleading that his anti-Muslim attitude and his recent 'puppy' remarks on 2002 Gujarat riots may create the law and problem, a local advocate has filed a petition in the Andhra Pradesh High Court seeking ban on the entry of Narendra Modi in Hyderabad and addressing public rallies in the city.

The petitioner Adv. Gulam Rabbani in his petition has cited "great interest of peace and harmony" to seek the ban.

"Due to the track record of Modi, his anti-Muslim attitude and moreover his recent 'puppy' remarks about Muslims, the emotions of Muslims are very much high and Modi's entry in Hyderabad may create law and order problem and it will cause disturbance to peace and harmony in the city", Adv Rabbani said in his petition.

Earlier on similar grounds government of Maharashtra had barred Hyderabad MP and AIMIM leader Asaduddin Owaisi from entering first Aurangabad, and then Malegaon and Dhule.

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