The Supreme Court has adopted a strict attitude on the matter of hate speech in Himachal Dharma Sansad. The court has also questioned the action taken by the government so far. The court said that the government has to stop such activity. The state government will have to tell whether any preventive steps have been taken or not. The court said that the government should file an affidavit and tell what steps have been taken to prevent such incidents.
The Supreme Court has given the government time till May 7 to submit the affidavit. The court said that these incidents do not happen suddenly, they do not happen overnight, they are announced in advance, you did not act immediately? There is already a guideline of the Supreme Court on this issue. The next hearing on this issue will now be held on May 9. Kapil Sibal, on behalf of the petitioner, said that some politicians used hate speech. Collector and SP did nothing. Whatever was said, I do not want to read out loud here. You can read this. On behalf of the government, it was told in the court that steps are being taken regarding this, the Parliament of Religions is over.
Let us inform that in the petition filed by journalist Qurban Ali and former judge of Patna High Court Anjana Prakash, an application was made against hate speech in the Dharma Sansad held in Himachal Pradesh on April 17. It is against the guidelines issued regarding hate speech.
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