Zakir Naik, the disputable Islamic evangelist who has been remaining abroad to avoid capture in different cases in India, on Wednesday said he would not return home till he felt “safe from uncalled for arraignment”.
Naik’s announcement, issued through his PRO in Mumbai, came in the midst of reports that he was being expelled to India from Malaysia.
“The news of my coming to India is absolutely unmerited and false. I have no plans to come to India till I don’t feel safe from out of line indictment,” said Naik in the announcement.
He included that he will “without a doubt come back to my country” when he feels “that the legislature will be simply and reasonable.”
Naik is confronting different cases, including for loathe discourse and tax evasion, in India and has been remaining abroad to sidestep capture.
The National Investigation Agency (NIA) had first enlisted a body of evidence against the 51-year-old Naik under hostile to dread laws in 2016 for professedly advancing hatred between various religious gatherings.
The NIA and Mumbai Police, along these lines, had additionally done inquiries at 10 puts in Mumbai including private premises of a portion of the workplace bearers of the establishment keep running by Naik.
The establishment was before put on confined rundown by the home service for accepting assets from abroad.