Plea in Supreme Court seeks to stop event in Delhi calling for India to be declared Hindu Rashtra

Plea in Supreme Court seeks to stop event in Delhi calling for India to be declared Hindu Rashtra

6 MAY 2022

Plea in Supreme Court seeks to stop event in Delhi calling for India to be declared Hindu Rashtra

An event is held today; at 5:00 p.m. at Talkatora Stadium in Delhi, where people confirm a decision for the; country to become a Hindu Rashtra, according to posters approved by the; Sudarshan News station.

An urgent suit  filed in the Supreme Court; against a planned gathering in Delhi today in which; speakers publicly announced and endorse a resolution for India; to be transformed into a Hindu Rashtra (Qurban Ali v. Union of India).

The motion filed on Thursday part of a previous suit filed in; the Supreme Court requesting an investigation into alleged hate speech directed at the; Muslim community delivered at the Haridwar Dharam Sansad last year.

The plea presented before the Bench by; Advocate Rashmi Singh, who presided over by Justice AM Khanwilkar. The Court instructed the petitioners to go to the authorities and present them; its previous rulings in the Dharam Sansad case.

On Monday, May 9, the plea  heard again.

According to the petitioners, an event organized today at 5:00 pm at; Talkatora Stadium in Delhi where one Shankaracharya of Puri and ‘Mahant’ of the; Sri Govardhan Math, Nischalananda Saraswati, will publicly state;  and affirm a resolution for the country to become a Hindu Rashtra, according to this; web poster released by the Sudarshan News channel.

“A video of Suresh Chavankhe urging Hindus to attend the; aforementioned event is also available on social media,” the petition states.

The petition stated that; Chavhanke had previously made such a hate speech in Delhi, and the Supreme Court ordered the police; to produce a stronger affidavit in the petition opposing such a speech.

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