A First Information Report (FIR) has been filed towards News18 anchor Amish Devgan for his derogatory remarks towards Hazrat Khwaja Ghareeb Nawaz.
The anchor throughout a present that was aired on June 16 referred to the revered Saint Chishti as Lutera Chishti.
Afterward Tuesday, Amish Devgan issued an apology on Twitter and stated that he had mistakenly referred to ‘Khilji’ as ‘Chishti’, and stated that he additionally has visted the Dargah for the saint’s blessings.
In 1 of my debates,I inadvertently referred to ‘Khilji’ as Chishti. I sincerely apologise for this grave error and the anguish it might hv prompted to followers of the Sufi saint Moinuddin Chishti, whom I revere. I’ve up to now sought blessings at his dargah.I remorse this error
— Amish Devgan (@AMISHDEVGAN) June 16, 2020
It’s essential to say right here that Khwaja Gareeb Nawaz is revered not solely by one specific group however has devotees throughout all of the faiths on the planet.
Reacting over the incident, Raza Academy lodged a criticism towards the anchor and demanded FIR towards him.
In Hyderabad too, criticism has been lodged towards the anchor in Bahadurpura Police Station. The well-known Ajmer Sharif Dargah is a Sufi shrine of the revered Sufi saint Moinuddin Chishti well-liked as Hazrat Khwaja Ghareeb Nawaz.
The anchor’s comment prompted a furor on Twitter. The netizens reacted sharply and accused Devgan of abusing a centre of religion for hundreds of years past spiritual boundaries. #ArrestAmishDevgan has been trending on Twitter.
I request @MumbaiPolice @CPMumbaiPolice to arrest @News18India anchor Amish Devgan for the derogatory remarks he has made towards world famend saint Hazrat Khwaja Gareeb Nawaz on his present.
Such derogatory remarks is not going to be tolerated!#ArrestAmishDevgan
— Zeeshan Siddique (@zeeshan_iyc) June 16, 2020
— Khizer Patel (@khizer_patel) June 16, 2020
— arif qureshi (@arifqur48913020) June 16, 2020
In response to Historical past, Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti was a 13th-century Sufi mystic saint and thinker who travelled throughout South Asia, earlier than ultimately settling in Ajmer, the place he died.
After his demise in 1236, the Sultan of Delhi (Tughluq dynasty) constructed a Dargah (a commemoration construction constructed across the tomb of Muslim saints, the place individuals from all religions come to wish and ask for fulfilment of needs) that grew in recognition and dimension through the years.