'Hindustan will not tolerate insult to Ram-Krishna,' Allahabad HC ordered

Lucknow: The Allahabad High Court has given a major verdict saying that freedom of expression is not unlimited and there is some restriction. In the name of freedom of expression, no one has the right to hurt anyone's religious sentiments. Hearing the case of objectionable remarks against Lord Ram and Krishna on social media, the court said India is incomplete without Ram. It is necessary to respect the great men and culture of the country where they are living.

The Allahabad High Court said that whether one believes in God or not is his personal matter, but he has no right to hurt anyone's faith. The court further said that the insult to Ram-Krishna is an insult to the entire country. The court granted conditional bail to Akash Jatav alias Surya Prakash, who made obscene remarks against Lord Ram Krishna, warning him not to commit such a crime again. The court said It has been in jail for the past 10 months. The Supreme Court has also said in the Dataram case that bail is the right and jail exception. Therefore, he should be released on bail.

The order was passed by Justice Shekhar Kumar Yadav on a petition filed by Akash Jatav of Hathras. On November 28, 19, someone made a fake ID and posted obscene posts, the petitioner said. He is innocent and also argued that there is freedom of expression in the Constitution. Which cannot be considered a crime. The public prosecutor said the petitioner had gone to his maternal uncle's house in Ahmedabad. Where his SIM card has been posted on mama's boy's mobile phone and the SIM card was broken and thrown away with the mobile phone as soon as the FIR was registered.

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