Updated: November 26, 2021 3:03:46 am
Dismissing a petition seeking a ban on Salman Khurshid’s latest book in which he equates Hindutva groups with terror outfits Islamic State and Boko Haram of Nigeria, the Delhi High Court Thursday said, “Nobody had asked them to read it. They could have shut their eyes and not read it.”,tennis match today on tv live india
unibet login nl,As the petitioner’s counsel claimed that the book had led to “communal incidents” at four places, Justice Yashwant Varma said: “What can we do if people are feeling so sensitive?”
The court was hearing a petition filed by lawyer Vineet Jindal, arguing that the observation by Khurshid in his book Sunrise over Ayodhya could leave the Hindu community agitated and threaten security, peace and harmony. Advocate Raj Kishore Choudhary, representing Jindal, submitted that the parts of the book where Hindutva was referred to must be removed.,temple tumble free
However, Justice Varma said, “Ask people not to buy the book or read it. Otherwise people who are very incensed with Chapter VI should write their own piece… Tell everybody that the book is badly authored, does not serve your valuable time, read something better.”,today football match live score isl
The court earlier questioned the petitioner’s argument that the book violates Article 19(2) of the Constitution. “Article 19(2) empowers
the government to place a reasonable restriction. The government has not placed any restraint on the publication,” said Justice Varma.
basketball ball handling drills for youth,When Choudhary claimed that the book had caused a breach of public peace and this was ongoing, the court asked the counsel to state where this had happened. Choudhary then submitted that “it may be possible, not today but tomorrow, something may happen as the contents are not reasonable”. Choudhary later submitted that “something” has already happened in Nainital on account of the book. The court said, “We are in Delhi!”
gm chrome cricket bat,In the petition, Jindal reproduced the excerpt from the chapter ‘The Saffron Sky’, saying, “Sanatan dharma and classical Hinduism known to sages and saints was being pushed aside by a robust version of Hindutva, by all standards a political version similar to the jihadist Islam of groups like ISIS and Boko Haram of recent years.”
Arguing that the statement was defamatory towards the entire Hindu community, the petitioner said it was the duty of each and every citizen to try and maintain peace. “Nobody has the right to impinge on the faith of others,” he said.,cricket bedroom ideas
zhc basketball arena,A lower court had earlier refused to stop the publication of Khurshid’s book and said that an injunction would lead to hardship for the publishers and also curtail the right of speech and expression of the author. The court had held that an excerpt could not be read in isolation, and the plaintiff can always propagate against the book.
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