Thursday, August 27, 2020

Supreme Court declines to pass orders allowing mourning processions during Muharram

The Supreme Court of India (File Photo)

New Delhi [India], Aug 27: The Supreme Court on Thursday declined to pass requests to permit grieving parades the nation over during Muharram while seeing that it will prompt tumult and the focusing of a specific network for spreading COVID-19. 

A Bench headed by Chief Justice SA Bobde said it won't pass arranges that could hazard the wellbeing of numerous individuals. 

"You (petitiner's backer) are requesting ambiguous bearings for the entire network in the nation. Jagannath Puri case was one explicit spot where Rath was to go from point A to B. On the off chance that it was one explicit spot we can evaluate the threat and pass arranges," the seat told the promoter showing up for the solicitor. 

"We can't pass general requests. It is beyond the realm of imagination to expect to give general bearings. It will make turmoil and a specific network will be focused for spreading COVID," the Chief Justice said. 

The zenith court said it won't pass arranges that could hazard the wellbeing of countless individuals, the Bench noticed while asking applicant Sipte Mohammad that he may move toward the High Court. 

The supplication had searched a course to take out Muharram parades by the Shia people group. (ANI)

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