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CHC slams Mamata for her Communal stand. Says, No Ban on Durga immersion on Muharram Day.

Judiciary exposed an out and out communal Mamata, but she is shameless.

Calcutta high court revokes Mamata’s government’s ban on Vijaya Dashmi immersion during Muharram.

Upanayan Das | HENB | Kolkata | Sept 21, 2017:: WB CM Mamata Bannerjee has been exposed by Calcutta High Court for her bare communal attitude to restrict to ban Hindus festival in a very arbitray manner. The Calcutta high court on Thursday revoked the Mamata Banerjee government’s ban on immersion of Durga idols during Muharram and said the state cannot pass such orders arbitrarily.

The high court has allowed immersion of Durga idols till 12am on all days, including Muharram, and asked police to designate routes for immersion and ‘Tajia’ procession.

Delivering a stern rebuke, the high court told the state not to curtail citizens’ rights senselessly.

“You are exercising extreme power without any basis… Just because you are the state, can you pass arbitrary order?” the court said.

Hearing three PILs challenging the restrictions on immersion of idols at the end of the five-day Durga Puja festival, a bench headed by acting chief justice Rakesh Tiwary said the government could not act on mere assumption that the law-and-order situation might deteriorate owing to Vijaya Dashami and Muharram falling one after the other.

“If you get a dream, that something will go wrong, you cannot impose restrictions,” the bench, also comprising Justice Harish Tandon, told the West Bengal government.

The Mamata Banerjee-led TMC government had imposed restrictions on Durga idol immersions on September 30,+ the Vijaya Dashami day, after 10pm and completely prohibited immersions on October 1, the day Muslims will observe Muharram.

Reminding the state that there’s a difference between regulation and prohibition, the court said people have the right to practise their religious activities, whichever community they may be of, and the government cannot hinder a citizen’s right without providing sound reasons for doing so.

“Let them (Hindus and Muslims) live in harmony, do not create a line between them,” acting chief justice Rakesh Tiwary had said during a hearing n Wednesday.

Finally, Judiciary in Calcutta High Court exposed an out and out communal Mamata, but she is shameless.

Read this news in Bengali:: রাজ্যের বিসর্জন-নির্দেশিকা খারিজ হাইকোর্টের, দশমী থেকে রোজ প্রতিমা নিরঞ্জন,বাদ নয় মহরমের দিনও

__input from TNN.

 

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