Kamlesh Tiwari row: SC asks Allahabad HC to dispose off petition in 4 weeks

New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Friday told the Allahabad High Court to dispose off Hindu Mahasabha leader Kamlesh Tiwari’s petition challenging slapping of the National Security Act in four weeks.

Tiwari was booked under the National Security Act for making controversial remarks against Prophet Mohammad.

Tiwari, who claims to be the working president of Hindu Mahasabha, had allegedly called Prophet Mohammed the first homosexual in the world.

He had allegedly also circulated pamphlets against the Muslim community.

However, the Hindu Mahasabha later issued a statement, saying he was not a working president of their organization and that the organisation’s name was being misused.