New Delhi, August 27
The Supreme Court on Thursday declined permission for finishing up Muharram procession throughout the nation and requested the Lucknow-based petitioner to maneuver earlier than the Allahabad High Court along with his plea.
The Apex Court requested how might it move a common order for the entire nation.
A bench comprising Chief Justice SA Bobde and Justices AS Bopanna and V Ramasubramanian mentioned it will result in chaos and focusing on of a selected neighborhood.
“You are asking for a general order and then if we allow this there will be chaos. A particular community will be targeted for spreading COVID-19. We don’t want that. We, as a court, cannot risk the health of all people,” the bench, which heard the matter by means of video conferencing, mentioned.
The bench allowed the petitioner to withdraw the petition with the freedom to strategy the excessive court docket with restricted prayer of holding procession in Lucknow.
The Apex Court was listening to a PIL was filed by Shia chief Syed Kalbe Jawad. PTI