India without Ram is incomplete: Allahabad High Court

The Allahabad High Court, while hearing the obscene remarks made on Lord Rama and Krishna on the Internet media, said that India is incomplete without Ram.  Whether one believes in God or not, he has no right to hurt anyone’s faith.  Freedom of expression is not unlimited, there are some restrictions as well.  It is necessary to respect the great men and culture of the country in which you are living.

Justice Shekhar Kumar Yadav has given this order on the application of Akash Jatav of Hathras.  While warning the accused Akash Jatav alias Surya Prakash not to commit such crimes again, the court has granted conditional bail.  The court said that our culture has been of Vasudhaiv Kutumbakam.  We are ‘Sarve Bhavantu Sukhinah, Sarve Santu Niramayah.  Sarve Bhadrani Pashyantu, Maa Kashchit Dukh Bhag Bhavet.  There are people who wish.  The High Court said that the petitioner is in jail for the last 10 months.  The trial is not likely to be completed soon.  The Supreme Court has also said in the Dataram case that bail is a right and jail is an exception.

Believe it or not believe in God, no one has the right to hurt the faith.  The person who posted obscene should be released on conditional bail.  The petitioner said that on November 28, 2019, someone created a fake ID and posted an obscene post.  He is innocent and also argued that the Constitution provides for freedom of expression, which cannot be treated as a crime.  The public prosecutor said that the petitioner had gone to his maternal uncle’s house in Ahmedabad where he posted obscene post by putting his SIM card in the mobile phone of the uncle’s son.  As soon as the FIR was registered, the mobile phone and SIM card were broken and thrown.  The court said that the constitution is very liberal, a person who does not believe in religion can be an atheist, but it does not give anyone the right to hurt the faith of others.