Case Filed Against Vishal Dadlani Over His Tweets On Jain Monk!

Case Filed Against Vishal Dadlani Over His Tweets On Jain Monk!

Music composer Vishal Dadlani was booked by Haryanapolice for allegedly hurting religious sentiments with his sarcastic tweet on Jain monk Tarun Sagar. However, the entire episode has landed him in a legal soup with complaints being registered against him in Delhi, Mumbai and several other parts of the country. But the central figure of the controversy, seems to have forgiven Dadlani for his comments.

Delhi's Minister of Health, Satyendar Jain tweeted, "Met Muni Shri Tarun Sagar Ji. He said that he was not affected by it and that he has forgiven those who inadvertently did so", the Delhi minister said. "Now, some parties are trying to politicise the issue". He said, "The control of dharma over politics is essential".

In his speech, Sagar identified female foeticide as a "big problem" that was disturbing the balance of society, leading to more crimes and rapes, and said that he had come up with a formula to tackle it at three levels - political, social and religious.

Jain also defended Dadlani, saying he has realised his mistake and is deeply hurt over the issue, repeatedly seeking forgiveness for his act. Why did Vishal take a dig at him? Dadlani was quick to reply to everyone with an apology: "I apologise to you too, wholeheartedly, Sir".

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Haryana Assembly has given huge shock to everyone when the state Education Minister Ram Bilas Sharma invited Jain Monk Tarun Sagar to address the assembly.

Vishal got severely criticized after he posted his tweet against the Jain spiritual leader and after some time he not only deleted the tweet but also apologized to everyone writing, "I apologise again, to the Jain Community, & all others offended". Also, as many as 108 women from the Jain community have made a decision to sit on a fast on Tuesday to protest against Dadlani at the historic Lal Mandir in Chandni Chowk.

Dadlani was critical of the speech, suggesting that it reflected an unhealthy trend of religion colouring politics.

A Twitter user named Ankit, a diamond trader as per his profile, has reportedly filed an online complaint against Vishal Dadlani for hurting religious sentiments of people which is an offence under section 295A of the Indian Penal Code (IPC). None. I've no problem with nudity. While those present in the Assembly welcomed him, Twitterati opposed the same and said Sagar being allowed to mix religion and governance was against India's secular stand.