Religion Conversion in Kanpur Iftikharuddin Case SIT interrogate former IAS Iftikharuddin also showing religion conversion video

Kanpur Iftikharuddin Case Director General Crime Branch Criminal Investigation Department (CBCID) GL Meena and ADG Zone Kanpur Bhanu Bhaskar is investigating the SIT case. The former Divisional Commissioner reached the CBCID office at around 2 pm on Wednesday. The SIT questioned him for about seven hours.

Kanpur, Jnn. Kanpur Iftikharuddin Case Former Divisional Commissioner and Chairman of State Road Transport Corporation Mohammad Iftikharuddin, who came into controversy after a video related to religious bigotry went viral, was questioned by the SIT (Special Investigation Team) for four hours on Thursday as well. Show them 80 videos of them one by one and asked questions. According to SIT officials, senior IAS officers can be convicted for breaking service rules.

Some videos of Iftikharuddin went viral in the past, in which he is seen arguing at the Divisional Commissioner residence in Kanpur. After hearing this, he was accused of spreading religious bigotry. The SIT of Director General Crime Branch Criminal Investigation Department (CBCID) GL Meena and ADG Zone Kanpur Bhanu Bhashkar is investigating the case. The former Divisional Commissioner reached the CBCID office at around 2 pm on Wednesday. The SIT questioned him for about seven hours. He has admitted that all the videos that have gone viral are his. He narrated the verses of the Qur’an to the officers and said – Tell me what was wrong. What is said is written in the Qur’an. On Thursday, he was questioned again for about four hours. In front of them 80 videos which have been found by the SIT were placed. However, like on Wednesday, the senior IAS kept saying that whatever he said was written in the Qur’an. He didn’t say anything wrong. The SIT may also summon him on Friday. After that the report will be made. The SIT can submit its report to the government by Sunday. It is noteworthy that the SIT stayed in Kanpur for four days and collected the controversial videos. About 30 people were questioned, including the employees of the Divisional Commissioner’s office and residence.