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Court orders inquiry into Shinde's statement
A court Thursday instituted an inquiry into the statement made by Sushilkumar Shinde at the Congress Chintan Shivir alleging BJP and RSS of promoting 'Hindu terrorism'. A judicial magistrate level inquiry was set up after the court heard a writ petition filed by Somdutt Panchal, a BJP worker. The petition will come up for hearing on February 2 by when the inquiry is expected to be completed.