RR Patil, Maharashtra Home Minister, on Tuesday, March 26 informed about the ban on MIM supremo who recently was denied permission to hold a rally in Aurangabad.
According to Patil, Asaduddin was scheduled to address a meeting at Aurangabad, a stronghold of MIM party. However, Maharashtra police had intervened into the matter and prohibited the controversial leader from entering into the state.
Asaduddin, who later moved a court to sort out the situation, tasted failure. The court also upheld the decisions taken by Maharashtra police. However, no case has been filed against Owaisi as he did not deliver any hate speech in the state.
Speaking about Owaisis and their alleged role in Dhule riots, Mr Patil clarified the state government's stand. Mr Patil asserted that no one will be spared if anybody tries to create rift between people of different communities.
The state government also will take action against VHP leadder Praveen Togadia who also allegedly had delivered hate speech as Mr Patil claimed that same law and rules would be applied to everybody.