In January 2022, Shachi Nellai wrote a letter to the Attorney General of India. In it, he demanded initiation of contempt action against Narasimhanad Saraswati alias Deepak Tyagi.
Yeti Narasimhanand, who came into limelight after commenting against Muslims in Haridwar’s Dharma Sansad, seems to be stuck. The Supreme Court has issued a notice to him on the charge of contempt. However, it is not written in the notice by which date the reply is to be given. A bench of Justice AS Bopanna and Justice MM Sandresh has issued this notice.
In January 2022, Shachi Nellai wrote a letter to the Attorney General of India. In it, he demanded initiation of contempt action against Narasimhanad Saraswati alias Deepak Tyagi. Narasimhanand came into limelight after giving a hate speech in Haridwar’s Dharma Sansad. He had said objectionable things against Muslims and women.
The contempt action is related to his interview in which he made direct inappropriate comments on the Constitution and the Supreme Court. In this, Yeti had said that the constitution will swallow 100 crore Hindus. He said against the Supreme Court that those who believe in this system will be killed by a dog. He was questioned about the ongoing court action in the matter of Dharma Sansad.
The policemen were called eunuchs
Nellai wrote in his letter that Narasimhanand, referring to Jitendra Singh Tyagi alias Wasim Rizvi, had said that when he converted to religion and wrote his book, not a single policeman, eunuch policeman and politicians had the courage to arrest him. Would have had the courage to do so. Nellai said that by continuously abusing the Supreme Court and the Indian Constitution, Narasimhanand had crossed the limits. He has clearly defied the sovereignty of the Supreme Court and the Constitution.
Attorney General gave approval in October
In the same month that he wrote the letter, Attorney General KK Venugopal approved action against Narasimhanand. In October last year, the Supreme Court had asked for the clip of Narasimhanand’s interview.