Police arrested four Bajrang Dal workers for shouting derogatory slogans against Prophet Muhammed. They have been granted bail by the sessions court.

The four Bajrang Dal men who were arrested on Thursday for raising derogatory slogans against Prophet Muhammed in Indore, Madhya Pradesh, were granted bail by a sessions court on Sunday.

The Bajrang Dal workers were protesting against the release of Shah Rukh Khan’s new movie ‘Pathaan’ on January 25 in front of a cinema hall.

They shouted provocative slogans like, “Mohammed tere baap ka naam ‘Jai..” and “Desh ke gaddaro ko…“.

The news of the protest soon spread in the city irking many local Muslims who took to the streets opposing the slogans against the Prophet.

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