“The Hindus also have fundamental right to profess and practice their religion freely and propagate their religion without interfering in their way of practice. Therefore, the Hindus have right to maintain their temples as per their customs, practices and Hindu Religious and Charitable Endowment Department is having duty to protect the temples from such unwanted incidents”
Allahabad High Court said that the Gods have been shown in a film by the film makers including the dialogue writers without taking care of holiness and sanctity of those characters.
Allahabad High Court has also allowed an application requesting the inclusion of Manoj Muntashir Shukla, the dialogue writer of ‘Adipurush’, as a party in the case and issued notice to him.
Allahabad High Court said that offences of the kind that have a tendency to promote hatred between classes of people or communities, have to be put down with a heavy hand. These offences cannot be permitted to flourish in society by adopting a soft-pedalling approach at the cost of widespread damage to the community.
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