"The order to distribute the Quran by going to the center of another religion (Islam) for the Facebook post is making me uncomfortable. I feel very bad. I respect the court's decision, but I also have the right to the court Let me talk about it. How can someone abdicate my fundamental rights? Writing about my religion on Facebook is a crime. I was arrested suddenly, while I am a student. "
Ritcha Bharti alias Richa Patel, a student of Ranchi Women's College, told this to the BBC.
He said, "The post for which Jharkhand Police arrested me, I posted the post 'Narendra Modi Fans Club' on my Facebook page and there was nothing against Islam. After getting it, I will decide whether I should share the Koran or appeal against this order in the above court. "
Who is Ritcha Patel?
Richa Patel Graduation is a final year student. They live with their family in Pithoria on the outskirts of Ranchi. Against him, Mansur Khalifa, head of the Muslim organization Anjuman Islamia, filed a report in Pithoria police station.
In his application to the police, he had alleged that the religious sentiments of people who believe in Islam are being hurt by Richa Patel's Facebook and WhatsApp posts. This can deter social harmony. After this, the police arrested him on the evening of July 12 and sent him to jail.
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As soon as the information was received, hundreds of people associated with various Hindu organizations demanded the release of Pithora police station and release them. The next day, in Ranchi, Hanuman Chalisa was recited on Albert Ekka Chowk and slogans of Jai Shri Ram were performed. These people accused the police of partisanship and demanded to release Ritcha unconditionally.
Surety Condition of sharing
Meanwhile, the issues of reconciliation came to light in both parties and on Monday, their bail application was filed in the Ranchi Civil Court. While hearing this, the Judicial Magistrate of Ranchi Civil Court Manish Kumar Singh granted Richa bail on the condition that he would buy five copies of the Quran and divide it into Anjuman Committee and libraries.
They have also been ordered to deposit receipt of their receipt. The court told the police that during this time they also provided adequate protection to Richa.
Not found copy of the Qur'an
Mansoor Khalifa, who filed a police report in this case, told the BBC that according to the terms of bail, Richa Patel has not yet submitted the copy of the Koran to him. The court asked them (Richa) to do this.
They told that after the police report, the girl's family members and some people of the society gave a proposal to Richa Patel, referring to the life of the younger age (19 years) and further life, which I accepted. Because of this, he got the chance to get bail.
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