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    The Supreme Court in New Delhi has requested the government to form a committee to investigate hate speech cases. The court emphasized the importance of harmony and cooperation among communities. This decision came after rallies in various states, including Haryana, where six people lost their lives due to communal clashes. The rallies involved speeches advocating for the killing of members from a specific community and their social and economic boycott.

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